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Munster would have had to start the AfD, the light
In the case of an AfD-reception in the year 2017, the city of Münster would not have been allowed to leave the outdoor light on the Historic town hall. The town had violated the principle of Neutrality of the state towards the parties, the verdict of the administrative court of Münster. the

The state must remain to the parties in a neutral way. The city of Münster has failed in the year 2017, against this principle, such as the administrative court of Münster has decided. At a reception for the AfD, the city had not switched the outside light on the Historic town hall. In support, it was then called, the city wanted to make a single image. 8000 protesters have demonstrated against the appearance of the party. Merchants on the principal market, switched off the lighting on your transactions.

The city of Münster had failed to comply with its step against the strict principle of Neutrality of the state towards the parties, the court. It is no matter whether the Lord mayor Markus Lewe (CDU) itself or the head of secondary that I have reached a decision. What matters is what is perceived by the Public as a sign to the outside. The city announced the written judgment check. Then will decided whether to Münster prefer the higher administrative court.

In its judgment, the administrative court referred to a decision of the Federal administrative court from the year 2017. A call to a Demonstration against the anti-Islamic "Dügida"movement had been the mayor of düsseldorf.

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