World: AfD politician Blex "calls allegations to" reasonably constructed "

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after his expulsion from the North Rhine-Westphalian AfD parliamentary group, Christian Blex described the allegations against him as" reasonably constructed ". He has no understanding for the decision. As a member of the parliamentary with a member of the parliamentary with, he will now take up issues "which have so far been rather neglected due to possibly misunderstanding consideration," he told the German Press Agency on Thursday.

Christian Blex (AfD). © Swen Pförtner/dpa/archive image Christian Blex (AfD).

Blex was excluded on Tuesday due to a sharply criticized trip to Russia from the AfD parliamentary group in the state parliament. Bex and other AfD politicians in his tour group did without the originally planned visit to the Donbass occupied by Russia in the east of Ukraine. After Blex initially did not get away from Russia because of the partial mobilization and the associated rush to foreign flights, he is now back in Germany.

Blex sees himself as a political victim: he had disturbed “certain circles” and was “only sought after one occasion” to throw him out of the parliamentary group. He does not want to leave the party, said Blex: "I will of course continue to put all my strength and expertise into the service of the AfD, after all I was chosen for an excellent list position."

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