Germany’s domestic spy agency will probe the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) to determine the prevalence of right-wing extremism within the party 파이널컷 프로 다운로드.
The agency has classified the AfD, the country’s main opposition party, as a “case to investigate,” according to the agency’s 450-page report reviewed by Berlin newspaper Der Tagespiegel 에어 1994 다운로드. The report notes that it won’t include surveillance.
The investigation confirmed the fears of some AfD officials who warned that the party may be under the radar of the domestic intelligence agency over its anti-Islam and anti-immigration views 스타2 맵핵 다운로드.
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André Poggenburg, a politician who left the party and founded a new far-right party, recently criticized the AfD for becoming increasingly left-wing amid fears of being under surveillance by Germany’s domestic intelligence agency 유튜브 무료음악 다운로드.
Germany’s constitution, adopted after World War II, allows the government to curb extremist ideologies by closely monitoring or even banning far-left or far-right parties, according to OnNewsToday 완행열차 다운로드.
The German newspaper claims the intelligence agency will look into public statements made by the members of the party and scrutinize the ties to the far-right Identitarian Movement that has been accused of being a front for white nationalism in Europe and is being monitored by the government mp4.
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German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas alluded to the report in a tweet, but suggested the far-right party’s ideas should be challenged rather than shut down by the government Download Doctor Who Season 11.
“Whoever discriminates against people on the basis of their origins is being racist and nationalist. Parts of the AfD are a case for the domestic intelligence office,” he wrote 동글이 다운로드. “But observing them won’t solve the problems. Above all we need to deal with the AfD objectively and politically.”
A number of German states announced last year that they are probing local chapters of the party, including its youth wing over ties to extremism. In the state of Thuringia, an investigation was prompted after an AfD leader said Germany’s main memorial to Holocaust victims as a “monument of shame,” according to OnNewsToday.
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Since the party’s historic gains both statewide and nationally following the migrant crisis in 2015 that resulted in Germany welcoming one million refugees, the AfD split four times, with some prominent members dissatisfied with the direction of the party.