Action history club: Bavarian constitutional protection report must not be widely used

The Bavarian constitutional protection report in 2019, which was announced in April, must not be used in its present Form. The decision of the administrative co

Action history club: Bavarian constitutional protection report must not be widely used

The Bavarian constitutional protection report in 2019, which was announced in April, must not be used in its present Form. The decision of the administrative court of Munich. In the report for the first time, listed founded in 1981, the historical research centre in Ingolstadt (ZFI) as a right-wing extremist organization. The club spread, the protection of the Constitution, anti-Semitic and Nazi-glorifying content. Also appear in the ZFI to Make the extreme right of the speakers.

Timo Frasch

Political correspondent in Munich.

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The ZFI itself represents as an Association, the "exclusively for the promotion of education, adult and vocational education," serve. He was talking "at the same time, the promotion of international attitude, tolerance in all areas of culture and international understanding". This can be done, "in particular through the promotion of scientific Work on the history of public lectures and seminars and through the preparation of expert reports".

The Bavarian constitutional protection came to a different conclusion. He based his assessment on, among other things, to presentations at meetings of the Association, in which about "doubt the Holocaust" voiced had been. The manuscripts were until recently on the website of the Association available. The representative of the ZFI referred to court, among other things, on the on the Homepage disclaimer. At the same time, the representatives of the state government, could not seem to do enough to be plausible, why the ZFI is, of all things, showed up now and not earlier in the protection of the Constitution report.

Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 08:21

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