Right-wing extremist Martin Sellner has been banned from entering Germany for three years

Right-wing extremist Martin Sellner has been banned from entering Germany for three years

Far-right Austrian Martin Sellner is not allowed to enter Germany. On Tuesday, the German authorities imposed an entry ban on the leader of the Austrian “identity” movement. German media has it Certain.

In January, Sellner appeared repeatedly in the news, following an infamous ultra-nationalist meeting at a villa in Potsdam. Sellner was the keynote speaker, and spoke of a “master plan” to deport millions of people to an African country: asylum seekers, people with residence permits, and “insufficiently absorbed German citizens.” Revelations of the meeting by investigative journalism platform Correctiv led to weeks of protests by hundreds of thousands of Germans against the far right and in favor of democracy.

Sellner said in a video on X on Tuesday that his lawyers received a message that he would not be allowed to enter Germany for three years. If he enters the country, he will have to leave again within one month. Last weekend, Sellner was also banned from entering the Swiss region of Aargau, where he was to deliver a speech at a meeting of far-right extremists.

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