Schwerin (dpa / mv) - After the judgment of the administrative court in Schwerin in the sense of a childminder with a right-wing extremist background, the Ludwigslust-Parchim district is examining how to proceed. The court does not see the woman's political orientation as sufficient reason to refuse her a license to work in day care, as it said in a statement on Thursday. According to Christopher Pöschke - head of the legal, municipal supervision and order department - the district now wants to wait for the full reasoning of the judgement. He said this to the German Press Agency on Friday.
A childminder complained that the district had refused permission for day care. Her husband is a member of the right-wing extremist NPD and, according to the court, she herself has been assigned to "the local right-wing extremist scene" by the Office for the Protection of the Constitution.
If this alone is decisive for the decision, then there is much to be said for an appeal to the Higher Administrative Court, according to Pöschke. From his point of view, the requirement of loyalty to the Basic Law for day care workers can also be derived from other regulations.
In the event of an appeal, the decision can sometimes drag on for a long time. According to the district representative, the plaintiff may not offer day care until then. And even if no appeal is filed, the permit can also be denied for other reasons.