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Thousands expected at new protests against far right in Germany

Thousands expected at new protests against far right in Germany

250,000 demonstrators already gathered in cities on Saturday

21 gennaio 2024, 15:33

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(ANSA-AFP) - BERLIN, 21 GEN - Tens of thousands of people were expected to turn out again Sunday to protest against the far-right AfD, after it emerged that party members discussed mass deportation plans at a meeting of extremists. Some 250,000 demonstrators already gathered in cities across the country on Saturday, according to estimate by public broadcaster ARD, with protesters carrying signs such as "Nazis out".
    Demonstrations were called in around 100 locations across Germany from Friday through the weekend, including in Munich and Berlin on Sunday. Some 25,000 people were expected at the rally against the far right in Munich, while another 10,000 were set to join a protest in Cologne, according to ARD. Protesters are also set to gather in front of the German parliament in Berlin, and in cities in the east where the AfD has its strongholds. The wave of mobilisation against the far-right party was sparked by a January 10 report by investigative outlet Correctiv, which revealed that AfD members had discussed the expulsion of immigrants and "non-assimilated citizens" at a meeting with extremists. Among the participants at the talks was Martin Sellner, a leader of Austria's Identitarian Movement, which subscribes to the "great replacement" conspiracy theory that claims there is a plot by non-white migrants to replace Europe's "native" white population. (ANSA-AFP).
   

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