new election in Berlin: The way it can't stay now!
The clap is official: Berlin has to completely repeat its chaos election from last September at the state and district level . The State Constitutional Court decided on Wednesday. The verdict was expected because the constitutional judges had already leaned out of the window very far at the hearing at the end of September. © provided by Berliner Zeitung Nevertheless, one should make it clear that this is the preliminary end of a first -class embarrassment.
The Thuringian CDU parliamentary group wants to view files related to criminal proceedings against the alleged left-wing extremist Lina E. The parliamentary group in the committee of inquiry “politically motivated violent crime”, said the spokesman for the CDU parliamentary group, Mike Mohring, announced on Thursday. "We are concerned with viewing the results from the investigation and the criminal proceedings and deriving knowledge about the left -wing extremist scene in Thuringia," said Mohring.
against the Studentin Lina E. and three men from Leipzig and Berlin from Kassel have been running a trial at the Dresden Higher Regional Court (OLG) since September 2021. They are charged with dangerous bodily harm and formation of a criminal association. The federal prosecutor accuses them of beating members of the right -wing scene in Leipzig, Wurzen and Eisenach between 2018 and 2020. The defense accuses the Sachsextremism, who was then commissioned to investigate, in the State Criminal Police Office in Saxony (LKA), "to construct a criminal association from a number of assault negotiations" and speaks of a "politicized procedure".
According to the CDU parliamentary group, documents are also requested on other procedures that run against four men from the E. area. In December 2019, they are said to have been involved in an attack on a right -wing extremist in Eisenach. The “risk of radical left -wing extremism” should not be underestimated, according to Mohring.
Reform of Asylum Law: The riss becomes lower .
© dpa The group leader Friedrich Merz and the first parliamentary managing director Thorsten Frei (both CDU) in the Bundestag The vote in the Bundestag on the reform of the asylum and residence right showed the crack that in migration policy through the Union. Several MPs of the CDU contained what they wanted to say: It is not that bad what the traffic light coalition did. The crack is a child of the Merkel era and one of the reasons that led to the rise of the AfD.