Bundestagsabgeordneter von Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

Statement in the New York Times: German Court Rules Antiterrorism Laws Partly Unconstitutional

At a time when Europe fears more terrorist attacks and the United States is urging European intelligence services to cooperate more closely, Germany’s highest court on Wednesday ruled that critical antiterrorism laws were partly unconstitutional and demanded tighter control over surveillance. Read the article in New York Times issue from the 20ieth of April here: nytimes.com/2016/04/21/world/europe/germany-court-antiterrorism-laws-surveillance.html?_r=0

Statement for The Independent: Frauke Petry’s remarks are irresponisble and condone right-wing terrorism

German border police should shoot at refugees entering the country illegally, the head of far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD) has said. Frauke Petry’s remarks have been condemned by politicians and a police union chief, who said firing at refugees would be a suspension of the rule of law. Read the article in The Independent issue from 31first of January…

Statement Deutsche Welle: Emails blamed for Bundestag cyberattack

The cyberattack on Germany’s parliament has been traced to a link contained in at least two emails, according to a newspaper report. Parliamentarians left unaware of the breach for three weeks have slammed the delay. To read more about the statement from 12th June 2015 by the Deutsche Welle click here.

The Economist Statement: Waiting for Schindler’s list

Germans are angry not only with America’s spies but also with their own. If you want to read more about this article of The Economist, which was published 6th June 2015 with a statement by Konstantin von Notz, click here.