Germany Suspicions of extremism pursue officials and dozens of officers in the Berlin police

Germany Suspicions of extremism pursue officials and dozens of officers in the Berlin police Suspicions of extremism are chasing dozens of police officers in the German capital, Berlin, and a number of officials.  German media reported that complaints have recently increased, reinforcing the suspicion that dozens of police officers in the capital, Berlin, are adopting extreme right-wing positions.  According to the website of the " Berlin newspaper ", 94 police officers, as well as 4 former officials, were influenced by far-right ideas.  This phenomenon was revealed in the Senate's response to a request by the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, submitted by Minister Jana Bergkamp.  The Senate stated that 12 employees were also suspected of being influenced by extremist ideas. "In all of these cases, criminal investigations have been launched," the Senate said.  During the last period, Berlin police officers were subjected to many criticisms, which raised suspicions of extremism around them.  At the end of last July, it was revealed that investigations had been opened with five police officers on suspicion of using car registration plates belonging to an organization opposed to the values ​​of the constitution, and thwarting criminal prosecutions.  In turn, Minister of State for Financial Affairs Jana Bergkamp said that "concrete measures will be developed to deal with the extremists' efforts and implemented as needed."  "The goal of the concept of preventing and combating extremist tendencies is to exclude officials or officials who do not fully stand on the basis of the free democratic basic system. In addition, the flexibility of official agencies should be strengthened in the face of anti-democratic influences," she added.

Suspicions of extremism are chasing dozens of police officers in the German capital, Berlin, and a number of officials.

German media reported that complaints have recently increased, reinforcing the suspicion that dozens of police officers in the capital, Berlin, are adopting extreme right-wing positions.

According to the website of the " Berlin newspaper ", 94 police officers, as well as 4 former officials, were influenced by far-right ideas.

This phenomenon was revealed in the Senate's response to a request by the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, submitted by Minister Jana Bergkamp.

The Senate stated that 12 employees were also suspected of being influenced by extremist ideas. "In all of these cases, criminal investigations have been launched," the Senate said.

During the last period, Berlin police officers were subjected to many criticisms, which raised suspicions of extremism around them.

At the end of last July, it was revealed that investigations had been opened with five police officers on suspicion of using car registration plates belonging to an organization opposed to the values ​​of the constitution, and thwarting criminal prosecutions.

In turn, Minister of State for Financial Affairs Jana Bergkamp said that "concrete measures will be developed to deal with the extremists' efforts and implemented as needed."

"The goal of the concept of preventing and combating extremist tendencies is to exclude officials or officials who do not fully stand on the basis of the free democratic basic system. In addition, the flexibility of official agencies should be strengthened in the face of anti-democratic influences," she added.
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