Several hundred supporters of the “lateral thinking” movement demonstrated on Sunday evening in downtown Munich in front of the administrative court building. According to a spokesman, the police counted around 300 participants on Ludwigstrasse and around 500 officers were on duty.
The Munich district administration department, however, approved 200 participants and justified this with the currently applicable state corona rules.
The judges decided on Sunday lunchtime that a maximum of 200 people could attend the meeting.
According to the police, the minimum distances during the demonstration were largely observed, and in the course of the evening the number of participants had reduced to around 200. Most of the people also adhered to the obligation to wear a mouth and nose cover, only a few people were approached by the police.
The meeting was ended at 10:15 p.m. by the chairman of the meeting.
The forces from the Munich police headquarters and the Bavarian riot police pushed the counter-demonstrators away briefly to keep the two events separate. This meeting was ended by the chairman of the meeting around 8:40 p.m.