The Bavarian state Parliament: the AfD-politician provoked with a gas mask

In the Bavarian Parliament on Tuesday, once again an intermediate case, in the plenary debate. Regional Vice-President Alexander Hold (Free voters), withdrew th

The Bavarian state Parliament: the AfD-politician provoked with a gas mask

In the Bavarian Parliament on Tuesday, once again an intermediate case, in the plenary debate. Regional Vice-President Alexander Hold (Free voters), withdrew the AfD deputies Stefan Löw, the right to speak, because of this had put on a gas mask.

Hold was the former police officer, to the state legislature ridiculous, and called on him several times, the gas mask off. After the AfD-politician failed to comply with the request, withdrew his Hold on him, finally, the right to speak.

The AfD is going on in Bavaria to the court against the mask duty in the Parliament. An emergency appeal of the AfD parliamentary group at the Munich administrative court failed, however. The court said the question was not responsible, since the legal dispute was a Constitution, as a spokesman of the court announced on Tuesday.

Against the decision may be lodged within two weeks of the complaint to the Bavarian administrative court. "We are not satisfied with this and consider further steps," said the Parliamentary Secretary of the AfD, Christoph Maier.

Specifically, the court justified its decision on the fact that deputies "will be given by the Constitution itself directly to a special constitutional position/role". Therefore, the contested law was shaped relationship significantly by the constitutional law and administrative courts do not have jurisdiction. "Rather, the Bavarian constitutional court of justice would be entrusted with the litigation."

Otherwise, listenin to kept the majority of AfD members to the mask duty. Only the Deputy, Markus Bayer, Bach must carry for a present certificate, no mask, and therefore chose not to cover your mouth and nose.

Since last Friday, all members are obliged in the Maximilianeum, to cover the mouth and nose. The AfD group subsequently announced, said a lawsuit at the administrative court, because she sees it as a "massive constraint" of the free mandate. Whether you are filing your lawsuit at the constitutional court, was open in the first place.

Updated Date: 08 July 2020, 14:19

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