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Source: CDU CSU


Grosse-Brömer warns: “These are methods that are known from Weimar”

The Bundestag dealt with the concerted disruptive actions against elected officials in a current hour scheduled by the coalition groups.

Several AfD guests harassed members of the German Bundestag and a member of the federal government immediately before the vote on the Civil Protection Act and aggressively filmed them against their will. A behavior that Michael Grosse-Brömer, First Parliamentary Managing Director of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group, branded as the “low point of a lasting strategy”.

“We are not impressed”

Regardless of the criminal consequences, Grosse-Brömer made it clear: “These are methods that are known from Weimar. But we don’t let that impress us. ”The harassment of MPs by visitors who had invited AfD MPs is an attack on the free mandate and on democracy. “That’s where the fun really ends.”

In any case, the latest incidents would be part of a long series of provocations – addressed to the AfD, Grosse-Brömer said: “Since you moved into this house, you have tried everything to ruin the reputation of this house.” refuses parliamentary work and begs for attention with their actions ”.

Try to make a fool of Parliament

The behavior of the AfD was also sharply condemned by the parliamentary manager of the CSU state group in the Bundestag, Stefan Müller: “You want to make parliament look ridiculous.”


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