"In Arabic and Turkish" 400 posters of the German Christian Democratic Party were torn down "In Arabic and Turkish" 400 posters of the German Christian Democratic Party were torn down

"In Arabic and Turkish" 400 posters of the German Christian Democratic Party were torn down

"In Arabic and Turkish" 400 posters of the German Christian Democratic Party were torn down

The German newspaper "Bild" reported today that about 400 propaganda posters in Arabic and Turkish in Leipzig, hung by the German Christian Democratic Party, were torn down by attackers who stole them all during the night.

"Bild" wrote : " The Christian Democratic Union Party hung 400 election posters in Arabic and Turkish in an area of ​​Leipzig. In just one night, they were torn up and stolen."

The head of the local Christian Democratic Union branch, Andreas Nowak, told the newspaper that the posters were prepared in coordination with local migrant traders.

One of the slogans written on the posters was “Yes to more security and order in our region.”

The CDU described tearing down the posters as an "unprecedented act of vandalism" and pointed the finger at the involvement of local left-wing extremists.

For its part, the local police received a statement regarding the incident.

It is noteworthy that the Christian Democratic Union Party is currently calling for a tightening of the country's immigration policy  , despite the fact that the former German Chancellor of the Christian Democratic Union Party, Angela Merkel, did not prevent the massive influx of refugees into Germany during the middle of the last decade.

6 Comments

  1. The tearing down of CDU's posters in Leipzig reflects tensions over immigration and security policies, indicating a polarized political climate and highlighting ongoing debates on integration and diversity in Germany.

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  2. Papia mukherjee1 May 2024 at 18:54

    Good

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  3. The German Christian Democratic Party's campaign posters in Arabic and Turkish were torn down and stolen in Leipzig, as reported by "Bild." The CDU had hung 400 posters in an area with significant migrant communities, but overnight, all were vandalized. Local CDU branch leader Andreas Nowak condemned the act as "unprecedented vandalism," suggesting that left-wing extremists might be responsible. The incident has been reported to local police, raising questions about political tensions and the CDU's approach to immigration policies. This incident underscores the challenges of navigating sensitive political climates while fostering inclusive messaging in multicultural settings.





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  4. One of the slogans written on the posters was “Yes to more security and order in our region.”

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