The AfD's Deputy, Stefan Räpple, and the group AfD member Wolfgang Gedeon was accompanied on Wednesday by the police from a Parliament session in Baden-Württemberg. The two leaders came two order of the state President Muhterem Aras (Green) not to call, such as a parliamentary spokeswoman told AFP. A continuation of the meeting was not possible. Both deputies were, therefore, two order of the President not to call due to abusive heckling. Then you have to set the house right by and called the police. The police have accompanied, then both members. You are not allowed to participate in the coming three sessions.
In the history of baden-württemberg, this process is unique. "So far, the orders of the President were always respected," said the spokeswoman.
Räpple, it was noticed, in the past several times between the call in the baden-württemberg Landtag. So he called to order, and once even the meeting hall, there referred to.
Gedeon is not a member of the AfD, but it is part of the group in the state Parliament. He joined in 2016 because of anti-Semitism accusations from the baden-württemberg parliamentary group. This led to a split in the group. A few months later, the fractions were reunited. (aqie/AFP)
Created: 12.12.2018, 13:33 PM