German opposition party seeks to expel former head of intelligence agency
BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s main opposition party is trying to get rid of a member and former head of the country’s domestic intelligence agency after he complained about what he called a move toward ” eliminatory racism against whites”.
The leadership of the center-right Christian Democratic Union on Monday unanimously approved a resolution calling on Hans-Georg Maassen to leave the party. He said he would seek to initiate eviction proceedings if he did not voluntarily do so by Sunday.
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