Citizenship debates over right-wing attack in Hanau

Hamburg (dpa / lno) – Around a year after the racist attack in Hanau, the Hamburg citizenship wants to remember the victims on Wednesday (from 1.30 p.m.). The SPD parliamentary group has registered a debate for the current hour under the title “One year after the Hanau murders: the cosmopolitan Hamburg is fighting together against right-wing terror, racism and misanthropy”.

On the evening of February 19, 2020, the 43-year-old German Tobias R. shot nine people with foreign roots in several places in the city in the Rhine-Main area, before allegedly killing his mother and then himself. He had pamphlets beforehand and videos of conspiracy theories and racist views posted on the Internet

The second topic of the current hour are so-called green bonds – financial bonds with which the Greens want to promote climate-neutral mobility. The agenda also includes debates about the Senate’s new Corona Containment Ordinance, digital advisory services in victim support and Hamburg’s relations with Great Britain after Brexit.

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