Dusseldorf court rules far-right AfD members cannot legally possess firearms in Germany.

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According to a recent ruling by the Dusseldorf Administrative Court, members of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party cannot legally possess firearms under Germany’s weapons law. The AfD has been deemed a suspected extremist group, and as a result, a married couple who were party members must surrender all of their firearms. Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, has formally placed the AfD under suspicion of undermining the country’s democratic constitution. The court’s decision allows for an appeal, considering its potential implications for other party members. Additionally, the current situation reveals that over 1,000 members of far-right groups still hold permission to own firearms in Germany.

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