Germany: AfD holds first parliamentary meeting in Bundestag

The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) held its first parliamentary meeting in the German Bundestag in Berlin, Tuesday, after securing seats in the federal elections. Speaking to journalists, AfD’s co-founder Alexander Gauland stated, «The campaign is over. We all know that we have a great responsibility in the parliament towards our voters. And of course, the tone during the campaign is... Еще completely different as in the parliament. That's totally clear.» «We will integrate all the AfD members that want to work together with us,» he added. AfD leader Frauke Petry was not present at the meeting. As previously announced on Monday, she would not be part of the AfD parliamentary group.

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