German far-right split

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One of the leaders of the German far-right party Alternative for Germany (ADG), Andre Poggenborg said that leaves the party. About this reports Deutsche Welle.

Poggenburg, told the newspaper Die Welt that his disagreements with the current leadership of the extreme right in the end led to the fact that he separated himself from the party. According to him, he, along with other breakaway ADH policy creates new party, “a Revival of German patriots — Germany Central” (Aufbruch deutscher Patrioten — Mitteldeutschland).

“Patriots” are planning to participate in the elections in Thuringia, Saxony and Brandenburg, which, as the newspaper notes, will be the challenge for ADH. At the same time, Poggenburg not going to completely break contacts with former party members.

According to Deutsche Welle, in March, Poggenburg resigned as head of the party in Saxony-Anhalt, after a series of scandals in March 2018. He called the Turks riders on camels, and immigrants with dual citizenship stray ink that Germany did not need.

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