US News AfD temporarily denies Petr Bystron and Udo Hemmelgarn the opportunity to speak in parliament

22:45  24 november  2020
22:45  24 november  2020 Source:   spiegel.de

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Two AfD MPs gave right-wing activists access to the Bundestag building. Now the party does not want to use the two members as speakers at times.

  AfD entzieht Petr Bystron und Udo Hemmelgarn zeitweise Redemöglichkeit im Parlament © ANNEGRET HILSE / REUTERS

The AfD parliamentary group has deprived two MPs of speaking for three months who were involved in the incidents with interferers a week ago in Bundestag . A spokesman for the party announced that the parliamentary group leadership would not accept any speech proposals for Petr Bystron and Udo Hemmelgarn until the end of February. The AFP news agency reports that questions from the two of them in plenary should also be prevented.

The two MPs invited visitors last Wednesday who then harassed, harassed and insulted parliamentarians during the debate on the Infection Protection Act.

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Exclusion from committees has only been threatened so far.

The parliamentary group leadership accused them of “behavior damaging to the parliamentary group”. If this continues, the parliamentary group executive will propose to vote them out of the committees on which they sit. The decision was met with broad approval in the group meeting, it said.

Bundestag President Wolfgang Schäuble ( CDU ) had the administration examine all legal possibilities to take action against the troublemakers and those who gave them access to the Bundestag.

According to the federal administration, a result is not yet available. It is still being determined, said a spokesman on request. A decision on sanctions against certain people can only be made after this investigation has been completed.

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Politicians from the Union meanwhile also demanded consequences. From the point of view of CSU boss Markus Söder , the security authorities should better illuminate the networking between the AfD and the so-called lateral thinker movement. CSU regional group leader Alexander Dobrindt initiated a discussion on the rules of procedure of the parliament with the aim of keeping AfD members away from important posts.

»Attack on the free mandate«

The representatives of all parties had recently dealt with the incidents in a debate. The managing director of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group, Michael Grosse-Brömer , had described the disruptive action as an "attack on the free mandate" and on democracy. Green politician Britta Haßelmann spoke after an apology from the AfD parliamentary group chairman Alexander Gauland of excuses "with double bottom".

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