Hannover (AP) - The planned by the far-right NPD for this Saturday demonstration in Hannover can take place. The decision of the Higher Administrative Court of Friday was incontestable from the perspective of the police, said a police spokeswoman on Saturday morning the German Press Agency.
In the room was whether the police still calls the Federal Constitutional Court. According to the spokeswoman, however, the police want to check what restrictions the NPD demo could give it.
The police department Hannover had initially banned the NPD demo with expected 100 participants, with reference to an immediate threat to public safety. The NPD lawsuit, on the other hand, was successful. The Hanover Administrative Court ruled that a total ban on the demo was not proportionate. The Higher Administrative Court in Lüneburg confirmed this decision on Friday evening.
The NPD demo turns against critical journalists. About 2,000 people want to protest against the march on Saturday in press freedom and against the threat of journalists. Lower Saxony's Interior Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) and Hannovers new Lord Mayor Belit Onay (Greens) should also speak at the rally of the coalition "bunt statt Braun" in the afternoon.
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