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Berlin-Neukölln : activists criticize vacancy in the Richardkiez

In the neukölln wipper road 5 want to occupy activists, a former charcoal store. Members of the Initiative "Solidarity in action Richardkiez" have invited on

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Berlin-Neukölln : activists criticize vacancy in the Richardkiez

In the neukölln wipper road 5 want to occupy activists, a former charcoal store. Members of the Initiative "Solidarity in action Richardkiez" have invited on Saturday to a street festival and request to open the empty rooms for the homeless. "The Charge is for twenty years," says Jean Lux of the Initiative. Other apartments in the street would not be used.

Christmas arranged so that the homeless could spend the night there. How you got into it, don't want Lux to tell. Because you Enter the premises is illegal and would draw a complaint for break-in.

Therefore, the activists are able to organize your party directly in front of the former Store. There is hot food and drinks, a Band, games, Christmas music. According to Lux, approximately 70 people were in the late afternoon.

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40 of the police force, as a spokeswoman for the Berlin police said. "We have so far, still can not find any Person in the building. Currently, we check whether it is holding an illegal Assembly.“ According to activists, have put the officials in front of the door and prevent the rooms can be used.

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