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Zwickau. The Right Extreme Splitter Party "III. From a court order, the posters with the slogan "hang the Greens" in Zwickau may continue to hang on - but only by far to posters of the Greens.
The Administrative Court of Chemnitz gave an urgent application of "III. Walk "instead, as announced on Tuesday - but under the condition that the posters have to have a distance of 100 meters to the posters of the Greens.
The city of Zwickau had had last Wednesday that the party should decline her posters with the imprint "hangs the Greens" within three days. If that did not happen, the municipality will remove the posters themselves. It was said that the slogan constitutes a violation of public order and human dignity.
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The administrative court justified his decision that it is based on the basis of the Federal Constitutional Court set up for election advertising, whether the prerequisites for interference with freedom of expression. In the cost of interest, the chamber was therefore appropriate for appropriate, by the spatial separation a "detached perception" of the posters of "III. Way "and not to affect communicative concerns".
The decision is not yet final. Both the splinter party "III. Way "and the city of Zwickau could continue against it, said a court spokesman. So far, however, no reaction had been received.
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The Green Landesverband hopes for its own information that the city of Zwickau is appealing. "A murder call against over 3300 Saxon members of a democratic party, sympathizing and supporting has nothing to look for in public space," said Council Joiner Christin Furtenbacher loudly. The Greens called for a poster campaign in Zwickau. The aim is that it is the "III. Way "to make impossible to comply with the 100-meter distance to posters of the Greens.
The Left Bundestag MP Sabine Zimmermann criticized the court decision sharp: "For me, it is incomprehensible to that the slogan" hangs the Greens ", which can certainly be understood as a murder call could be covered by the fundamental right to freedom of expression."
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