World AFD moves with radical demands in the election campaign
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an EU outlet of Germany, a completely different corona policy and no family reunification for refugees. With such postulates, the AFD wants to score points in the coming months.
with other radically intensified theses, the right-wing populist(AFD) in the election campaign from the other democratic parties. After two-day discussions in Dresden, the more than 550 delegates of the Federal Party Tag presented the course for the on September 26th.
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against intensive warnings of the temperate wing and Party leader Jörg Meuten, who belongs to the European Parliament, pleads the AFD for leaving the EU. In the election program it says: "We consider an exit Germany from the European Union and the establishment of a new European economic and interest group for necessary."
The topic of migration also prevailed the hardliners. Immigration - also by skilled workers - should be severely limited. For justification, reference is made to the "model Japan".Legally not possible - no matter
The AFD also requires the "rejection of any family reunification for refugees". Critics of this formulation pointed out that it is not legally possible. The Thuringian Landeschef and Right Outdoor Politician Björn Höcke countered with the hint, one was not a legal, but a political sphere. It only goes to put a political message for the voters. A delegate reminded his colleagues about the AfD was a family party. Such a procedure will bring her the accusation of inhumanity.
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The party also wants to return to border controls, along with "physical barriers" such as border ages to the German state borders.against Lockdowns, Masks, Tests ...
In the Corona pandemic, the AFD clearly rejects the procedure of federal and state governments. It is against Lockdowns or Corona tests, the question of infectious protection should be left to "führers citizens". Generally rejected is a mask obligation. The government is accused of a "fear policy".
The question of thehas not been clarified on the party congress. The delegates rejected by majority applications to determine the candidates already in Dresden. The question is thus - as sought by Party Fee Muthen - decided by membership survey. The candidate duo should be fixed until the end of May.
set As the top candidate, Ko-party feet Tino Chrupalla applies. The politician originating from Saxony is closely crosslinked with the party rights and stands for the AFD in the East. The camp around Meuten relies on the Hessian member of parliament Joana Cotar. She would represent the western national associations and the economic gliber forces in the party in a team with Chrupalla.
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