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House rules changed : The AfD did not find it funny poster ban in the Bundestag

each other, has become a good Tradition in the corridors of the German Bundestag. A cheeky sticker or a provocative poster outside of the office door to show parliamentary competitors, that one is on the right and the neighbor from across the political aberration. With the advent of the AfD has developed in the light of some of the property farms in this way a lively exchange of slogans and symbols.

to have an end. With its communication no. 337/2018 the Bundestag administration has announced in the past week, a new passage in the house rules. The Affixing of posters in public buildings, in particular of billboards, posters, or signs which are visible from the outside, "is not without exception allowed". The right to public Relations to remain unaffected, to the extent that nothing of it will be directly attached to the building structure. What is allowed to remain, except for the building signage in the corridors, visible, are, therefore, the stand, in front of which group representatives occasionally press conferences. Notices were, however, "against the Background of the now current regime," to 31. To remove December.

the "grey country" is still to be found

The Federal administration has a hard time with the usual information, but in Parliament it is no secret that the AfD bothered in addition to "FCK NZS"stickers on a poster: "Colorful instead of grey land"; a photo-mount flower arrangement on the shoulders of an elderly wearer and the Slogan "Better life without Nazis". According to the old rules of the house was to take, because you only have banners and placards said. Was thinking first and foremost of the visitor bleachers in the chamber. The greens and the Left had strength to maintain.

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a tour on the Tuesday shows will go to the armed Opposition against the Opposition. Much of it is gone, but the "grey country" and other confessions are still to be found, including a Bavaria flag. Suspended is nothing Ausgehängtes argue, poster artist, with legal skill. And a lot of hallways, it is not "generally accessible" as the house rules set in advance.

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