German state wants to trade nazimateriaal contain
The Saarland wants to trade in nazi memorabilia in Germany punishable. The government of the state has developed a draft law submitted to the federal council.
The sale of items that remind you of the nazitijd is now allowed, provided that symbols such as swastika or SS-runentekens are taped or otherwise made invisible. The trade in ‘Lagergeld’, vouchers that prisoners in some concentration camps could earn, it is currently not prohibited.
“It should cease that individuals still professional to take advantage of the glorification of national socialism and the mockery of his victims,” said the Saarlandse Justice minister Reinhold Jost Tuesday.
His bill comes at the beginning of march in the council of ministers on the order, after which the federal council about it bending. According to Jost, there are on the markets and the internet more and more nazi souvenirs offered.
The ORDER in Saarbrücken last year, a judicial investigation into the comings and goings of the AfD-politician Rolf Müller. This would be in his antique shop awards with swastikas have been sold.