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Hamburg police forbid protesters to stay overnight at local camping site
09:14, 3 July 2017
Hamburg police forbid protesters to stay overnight at local camping site

Law enforcers maintain activists get in the way of preparations for the approaching G20 summit

09:14, 3 July 2017

Protesters in Hamburg before G20
dw.com

The police of Hamburg don’t let local protesters spend the night at a camping site, constructed in the view of the upcoming G20 summit; as is known, the northern German city will host the event on July 7 and 8. Timo Zill, the police representative, said that as quoted by DW.

The protesters outrageously reacted to the action of law enforcers, treating their decision as a political and legal scandal. ‘The police do not let the legally approved rally take place; such actions may lead to lawlessness,’ they said when the negotiations with the police failed.   

Under the court decision, the activists got the right to hold their rallies somewhere else, namely the area of 16,000 square meters on Entenwerder peninsula.    

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