Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 25th Sep, 2018. Citing the increasing politics of fear and attacks on civil and human rights, some 55 civil groups, organizations, and political parties have organized a follow up to the successful Munich NoPAG demonstration against the PAG Police Assignment Laws. The groups state that the increasingly exclusionary and populistic politics of the CSU and the AfD, along with the Polizeiaufgabengesetze (PAG Police Assignment Laws) are turning citizens into objects, which is a prerequisite for authoritarianism. In attendance were Katharina Schulze of the Green Par

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September 25, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Citing the increasing politics of fear and attacks on civil and human rights, some 55 civil groups, organizations, and political parties have organized a follow up to the successful Munich NoPAG demonstration against the PAG Police Assignment Laws. The groups state that the increasingly exclusionary and populistic politics of the CSU and the AfD, along with the Polizeiaufgabengesetze (PAG Police Assignment Laws) are turning citizens into objects, which is a prerequisite for authoritarianism. In attendance were Katharina Schulze of the Green Party, Ates Guerpinar of the Left, and Natasha Kohnen of the SPD. Kohnen also revealed that she has a ''migration background'', which is often not declared by those who aren't people of color. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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