AfD MP Says Protests ‘Urgently Needed’ in Germany to Rectify Merkel’s Mistakes

Thursday, September 13, 2018
By Paul Martin

Suliman Mulhem

The murder of a German man and subsequent arrest of two immigrants of Kurdish origin last month sparked protests by locals in the east German city of Chemnitz, reigniting public debate over Angela Merkel’s lax immigration policy.

Sputnik reporter Suliman Mulhem spoke to MP Frank Pasemann, a representative of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) Party in the Bundestag, about the significance of the ongoing protests and mounting tensions between Germans and immigrants throughout the country.

Beyond Chemnitz

Commenting on the prospect of the protests spreading, Mr. Pasemann said more anti-immigrant rallies will “surely” be held in Saxony and other parts of Germany as long as “the situation regarding illegal mass immigration from third world countries is still an issue.”

“With a clear pattern emerging – foreign criminals, German victims – it is only a matter of time until new protests spread all over the country, especially in eastern areas. Now the government and authorities are under compulsion to act. Further protests are urgently required to change German politics for the better,” MP Frank Pasemann told Sputnik on Thursday.

Moreover, the lawmaker noted that protests have already spread to some parts of Saxony-Anthalt, the state which he hails from, and proceeded to outline the fragile shape of German society.

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