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Tech & Science Anti-corona protests: Schäuble: Demos against corona restrictions show open society

14:51  24 may  2020
14:51  24 may  2020 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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„Die Grundrechte waren niemals außer Kraft gesetzt.“ © dpa "Fundamental rights were never overridden."

In many German cities, people demonstrate against the federal government's corona measures. Now President of the Bundestag Schäuble comments on the protests.

The demonstrations against the corona restrictions show, according to Bundestag President Wolfgang Schäuble , "that our society is open". "Our democracy, our constitutional state work," said the CDU politician of the "Welt am Sonntag". “It is good if the desire is articulated, for example to maintain freedom of expression. It cannot be prevented that such demonstrations sometimes involve people with absurd theories. ”

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Nobody was safe from“ applause from the wrong side ”. "However, I advise everyone who stands by our basic law to keep a distance from extremists so as not to become infected in one way or another."

Schäuble emphasized: "Fundamental rights were never overridden. In the first wave of the pandemic, they were temporarily significantly restricted - and in some cases still are. ”All the while, the measures to protect health were subject to judicial control. “The government and parliament regularly check whether the measures are still appropriate to the situation. I'm not worried about our democracy. ”

Again on Saturday in many German cities, people against restrictions in the corona crisis took to the streets again. There were also counter demonstrations.

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