German Chancellor Olaf Scholz urged Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to move forward in repatriating asylum seekers from Turkey who do not have the right to stay in Germany, at a time when the number of Turkish asylum seekers has more than tripled during the current year. Sources from the German government stated that after […]Read more..
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz urged all people in his country to protect Jews in light of the recent incidents that Germany classifies as anti-Semitic incidents, while the European Commission said that anti-Semitic incidents in Europe have reached unprecedented rates. In an interview with the German newspaper “Mannheimer Morgen” published on Monday, November 6, Scholz said: […]Read more..
After rising in Hesse and Bavaria
Scholz is “concerned” about the popularity of the far-right in Germany
The rise of the extreme right in the elections in the states of Bavaria and Hesse raised concerns among German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, as well as non-governmental organizations, about the repercussions of this result on the democratic development in the country and human rights, especially the rights of immigrants. “We should be concerned about this, […]Read more..