Baden-Württemberg: Junge Union demands processing of New Year's Eve

Stuttgart (dpa / lsw) - After attacks on emergency services on New Year's Eve, the Junge Union Baden-Württemberg described inner-German cities as "scenes similar to civil war".

Baden-Württemberg: Junge Union demands processing of New Year's Eve

Stuttgart (dpa / lsw) - After attacks on emergency services on New Year's Eve, the Junge Union Baden-Württemberg described inner-German cities as "scenes similar to civil war". "A turn of the year when dozens of police, fire and rescue services are injured nationwide should not be a "normal New Year's Eve" for any of us," said state chairman Florian Hummel on Tuesday. CDU state chief and Interior Minister Thomas Strobl had previously announced on New Year's Day that the night in Baden-Württemberg was "a normal New Year's Eve from the police point of view".

There were also isolated attacks on emergency services in Baden-Württemberg. The Ministry of the Interior then spoke of a successful management of the situation and described it as "absolutely inadmissible" to compare the pictures from Berlin with Baden-Württemberg.

"We need a consistent debate without ideological blinkers about the perpetrator clientele, who for several years have been turning German inner cities into scenes similar to civil war at every opportunity," demanded Hummel. He spoke of a partially failed migration and integration policy. There had also been a demand from the AfD parliamentary group to clearly name the perpetrators. Böller bans, which are now being discussed, are not the right way, said Hummel. The Junge Union also calls for dashcams in all patrol cars and bodycams for all police officers to improve law enforcement.

On the other hand, the deputy state chairman of the police union, Thomas Mohr, renewed his call for a general ban on firecrackers in the inner cities, even if this hits those who abided by the rules. "But does uncontrolled firecrackers still fit into our time when we are talking about climate improvements?" Mohr wrote in a Facebook post. Under no circumstances should one proceed to the agenda. "In the "war-like scenes" like in Berlin and Hamburg, imprisonment should no longer be taboo. You learn respect and appreciation from a young age. It's not the job of the police to guarantee this."

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