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MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Deutschland –

Source: CDU CSU


Check the organization ban of the Ülkücü movement

Today, Wednesday, the German Bundestag is debating an intergroup motion “Stand up to nationalism and racism – push back the influence of the Ülkücü movement”. The deputy chairman of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group Thorsten Frei explains:

“Due to numerous developments in recent weeks and months and in view of the increase in crimes with right-wing extremist and anti-Semitic backgrounds, the Federal Government has made enormous efforts to curb and combat right-wing extremism and hatred against dissenters. Logically, the German Bundestag is now positioning itself against the so-called gray wolves of the Ülkücü movement.

It must not make any difference from which sources right-wing extremism feeds. We do not tolerate any nationalism or right-wing extremism imported from Turkey, which is causing tension in Germany and spreading the delusional ideologies of race and world domination in our country. We will not tolerate that critics of the Turkish President Erdogan are intimidated or even silenced in the Federal Republic by the Gray Wolves.

France banned the organization of the Gray Wolves by presidential decree on November 4th. We hope to do the same now. Our application calls on the federal government to examine an organization ban against associations related to the Ülkücü movement.

After all, this movement is particularly important among right-wing extremist structures in Germany. The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution puts the number of its supporters at around 11,000 people; other sources even speak of the largest right-wing extremist movement in Germany. “


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