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Source: Die Linke “DIE LINKE has been fighting for years to ban the associations of the Islamist-nationalist movement ‘Gray Wolves’. An application for review by the Bundestag to the federal government regarding the dissolution of associations such as ADÜTDF and ATIB as part of the Erdogan network in Germany must be decided quickly, ”explains Sevim Dagdelen, chairwoman of the DIE LINKE parliamentary group in the Foreign Affairs Committee. Dagdelen continues: “The ‘gray wolves’ are closely connected to the fascist-Islamist party of the nationalist movement (MHP), the coalition partner of President Erdogan’s ruling party, the AKP. It is long overdue to consistently oppose the incitement of Islamists and Turkish nationalists against dissenters, trade unionists, communists, Alevis, Armenians, Kurds and Jews. The exclusion of the DIE LINKE parliamentary group from negotiations on a joint application for a ban by the Union is neither sensible nor justified . Exclusion of democrats in the fight against the right has never paid off in Germany. “


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