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US News Junge Union boss Kuban: "Sections of the Greens have a problem with the rule of law"

11:25  20 october  2020
11:25  20 october  2020 Source:   ksta.de

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The Junge Union Deutschlands (Young Union of Germany) or JU is the joint youth organisation of the two conservative German political parties, CDU and CSU. Membership is limited to individuals between 14 and 35 years of age.

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The head of the Junge Union (JU), Tilman Kuban, has asked the Greens, before a possible coalition with the Union at the federal level, their relationship to Clarify the rule of law. For him it is clear that "parts of the green youth have a problem with our constitution," said Kuban of the "world" (Tuesday).

Tilman Kuban © picture alliance / dpa Tilman Kuban

“And when I look at what went on around the evacuation of the“ Liebig 34 ”house in Berlin and how the green district mayor or local green members of the Bundestag acted there, then parts of the Greens have a fundamental problem with the rule of law. "

House" Liebig 34 "was vacated on Friday

The chairman of the CDU youth organization asked:" Are you on the side of the rule of law and the police who defend it, or are you more sympathetic to it the lawbreakers? The Greens have to answer that themselves. But their ability to form a coalition also depends on it. ”

The“ Liebig 34 ”house - a symbol of the left-wing radical scene, over which there has long been heated argument - was evacuated on Friday morning under protest. (dpa)

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