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Microsoft Office 2013 Portable.exe. Jan 22, 2019 Aid4Mail eDiscovery 3.61 Portable (Triple Threat) Aid4Mail eDiscovery 3.61 Portable (Triple Threat) Thousands of people have rallied in Berlin’s central Tiergarten to protest a decision by the populist far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party to exclude from its leadership team an independent candidate who had previously been a member of the AfD. Organisers estimate that more than 10,000 people took part in the demonstration, which was organized by the leftwing political party Die Linke and the AfD’s own youth wing Junge Alternative, or JA. The AfD announced in early November that it had decided to expel from its parliamentary group, whose membership is open to all political parties, Jan Korte, who ran as an independent in the European elections in May. Those taking part in the protest carried placards calling for Jan Korte to be reinstated in the AfD and for the party to apologize to him. They also held up banners saying “Say No to Racism” and “Defend Dissent”. Several local politicians from the leftwing Die Linke were in attendance, including Jens Spahn, a leading candidate to be chancellor in next month’s elections. Korte had been an AfD member until 2015. He left the party in the summer of 2017 when he joined a conservative party, the German Conservative party (Deutsche Konservative). During the demonstration, speakers denounced the decision to expel Jan Korte. They included Timo Lindeke, a representative of the Junge Alternative and one of a group of German far-right activists behind the recent arrest of a Berlin police officer for allegedly sharing a neo-Nazi song. Die Linke is the junior partner in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling coalition. In recent weeks, Die Linke has played a leading role in organizing a series of demonstrations against the AfD. The far-right party has won growing support in Germany since the refugee crisis of 2015. At the same time, more than 1,000 people have been targeted in what Berlin’s police have termed “coordinated” and “organized” hate crimes against refugees since January. Merkel has not yet called a snap general election









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