Opponents of the Corona rules want to sue against the ban on demonstrations

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Opponents of the Corona rules want to sue against the ban on demonstrations

Rallies against infection protection trigger outrage. Meetings on public holidays lead to longer lockdowns, according to a new study.


The initiative “lateral thinking” wants to take action against the cancellation of their demonstration on New Year’s Eve and build on their rally in November.

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Berlin. Overloaded clinics, red warning lights and death rates at record levels – these are no reasons for opponents of the Corona rules to forego their rallies. According to the police, around 2000 demonstrators in Berlin want to demonstrate against the restrictions caused by the lockdown on Sunday. At the “silent march against discrimination and for human rights” on Holzmarktstrasse, the police will insist on compliance with the protection against infection, it is said.



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