Is it justified to investigate for the investigation of the Stuttgart riot night at the end of June, the citizenships of the parents of the suspects have a migrant background? This question is discussed in the parties in Baden-Württemberg and the citizens in the social media. The front course in the political debate is of little surprise: The CDU wants to know whether the immigrant background of many of the perpetrators serves as an indication to the explanation of the violence. "It is known that the detainees are to a large part of the migrants, also in the field of Refugees, or men with a migrant background", - stated in the request of the municipal Council group. The CDU continues to ask: "What is the background of these people? How many refugees are among those arrested, how many of them live in Stuttgart?“ Green, the SPD and the left party see the skeptical and keep the questions for the silence of the lambs.
Political correspondent in the state of Baden-Württemberg.F. A. Z.
The Stuttgart police President Franz Lutz the result of the previous investigations was presented on Thursday afternoon in the presence of the Lord mayor Kuhn (Green) to the municipal Council. For great excitement, a report of the "Stuttgarter Zeitung", in the claimed had been the police Commissioner have referred to the queries of the investigators as to the nationality of the parents to the realities of some of the suspect at the state offices as a "family tree research", resulted in. After listening to the tape recording of the session turned out on Sunday night now that Lutz did not use this wording at all.
The police Commissioner had a "Federal-wide research registry offices to be spoken". This is not "primary" a police task, but should help the migration backgrounds of the individual suspect to determine. Of the SPD parliamentary group Chairman in the Stuttgart municipal Council, Martin Körner, criticized the fixation of the debate on the question of the Migration backgrounds of the suspects: "The term helps a lot, because 60 percent of the young people in this age group in Stuttgart have a migration background." The domestic policy spokesman of the green parliamentary group, Hans-Ulrich Sckerl, criticized the actions of the police even more clearly: There is no legal basis. To link "to the supposed level of the German one at the origin of the parents or grandparents would be inadmissible," he said.Updated Date: 12 July 2020, 14:20