Bavaria's interior Minister called racism in the police nonsense politician contradicts

That people are checked because of external characteristics such as the color of their skin anlasslos, has need to know of the Nuremberg SPD Vice-Nasser Ahmed a

Bavaria's interior Minister called racism in the police nonsense politician contradicts

That people are checked because of external characteristics such as the color of their skin anlasslos, has need to know of the Nuremberg SPD Vice-Nasser Ahmed already several times on his own body. He said the "süddeutsche Zeitung". Ahmed is black, the son of Eritrean migrants. imago image/zinc Nasser Ahmed is the Vice-chief of the Nuremberg-based SPD.

The 31-Year-old said sheet, a question he has black friends if you were already stopped once at the station, everyone would say Yes. Of his white friends never had been inspected. "If there is this experience, and the Problem, then you have to pursue it, in a democracy, but explore it and fix it."

The station area, he would, if possible, always avoid. The constant danger, of the Federal police picked out from the crowd and to be a lump sum, a suspect is just too big. Questions such as "is part of the Bicycle really you?" have Ahmed heard more frequently, when the police has stopped in Nuremberg. With increasing awareness, as a politician, the permanent controls have eased a little.

Seehofer's rejection of racism-study a "slap in the face"

Nasser Ahmed sits for the SPD in Nuremberg's city Council, he is mainly dedicated to the transport policy. With migrant issues he has been less, he said the "SZ". But now he wanted silence. Because actually, he saw the police, such as in elementary school, learned, "as the friend and helper". He regards you as a "haven of security and stability". All the more surprising it was for him that the German interior Minister, Horst Seehofer (CSU) to reject a study of Racial Profiling in the police Department. For Ahmed this was a "slap in the face". dpa/Martin Schutt/dpa-Central image/dpabild Boris Pistorius (SPD) speaks to journalists.

a Similar view is also in lower Saxony interior Minister Boris Pistorius. The SPD-man now wants to organize a study of police work and racism in the network of several German Federal States. "I would hope that we do this, whether with or without the Federal", - said the coordinator of the SPD Minister of the interior of the "New osnabrück newspaper" on Friday. He will try to convince his colleagues in the countries in the autumn of a joint study. In order to gain a representative picture, had to include the investigation of several länder.

Joachim Herrmann refuses to tolerate "blanket accusations" against police

The Minister had stressed a few days ago in the "süddeutsche Zeitung", it is a matter not the stigma of police officers, but to improve their work. Germany's police criticism and capable of learning. "Such a study would therefore be nothing you have to fear," said Pistorius. dpa/Peter Kneffel/dpabild Joachim Herrmann (CSU), the Bavarian Landtag.

Bavarian interior Minister Herrmann refuses to tolerate, meanwhile, continue to "blanket accusations". He said the "SZ" the General population was led to believe", the police in Germany would be a racist act." The "is, of course, complete nonsense". But "individual cases" will be investigated in each case. Herrmann put on, "nothing under the table in return." Local resident filming police chase: drivers locking in a standing car and flees on foot FOCUS Online/Wochit local resident filming police chase: drivers locking in a standing car and flees on foot temperatures soar to the top: the Azores brings up the long-awaited summer PCP temperatures soar to the top: the Azores brings up the long-awaited summer

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Updated Date: 17 July 2020, 04:26

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