Berlin: Berlin's Senator for the interior wants to make a statement to the new law

hostage had explained at a Meeting of his departmental colleagues from the Federation and the länder on the basis of the law, his spokesman said on Thursday the

Berlin: Berlin's Senator for the interior wants to make a statement to the new law

hostage had explained at a Meeting of his departmental colleagues from the Federation and the länder on the basis of the law, his spokesman said on Thursday the German press Agency. "Foreign police forces, will not be taken recourse to," said the spokesman. If it should come to complain, had lamented the state of Berlin, and also, where appropriate, liable for damages. "This will explain Berlin's Senator for the interior, its countries, also in writing," said the spokesman. The controversial anti-discrimination law to protect people in the capital against discrimination by the authorities. It should also facilitate actions such as in cases in which people from police officers to see discriminated against. If you can convince a judge that discrimination is likely to be, then you can take the state in a duty to refute it.

Saxony-Anhalt interior Minister Holger Stahlknecht, welcomed the announcement of Geisel's. The Senator for the interior, had agreed to the demand to declare in writing that the anti-discrimination law applies only to Berlin, said steel servant. "I think this law's a completely wrong message to the police, because it is assumed that the police discriminated against and you don't does," said steel servant.

dpa
Updated Date: 19 June 2020, 02:27

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