There’s nothing more to do: Corona-Demos-liked due to the severe weather in the water

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"There is nothing mehr": Corona-Demos-liked due to the severe weather in the water

The Munich-large-scale Demonstration planned against the Corona-policy is like on Saturday, literally, into the water. Shortly before the official start of the rally on the Theresienwiese in Munich, a thunderstorm over the area swept, so that the operator, of necessity, decided to hold a protest against the basic law, restrictions to cancel. "There’s nothing mehr&quot today;, police commented the spokesman of the situation under lightning and Thunder. imago images/argum The weather makes Corona-protesters on the streets.

Up to 1000 people were expected in the state capital to the Demo. The Assembly should be under the Motto “stand Together for freedom, basic rights and self-determination”. Originally, they had been for 10,000 people applied for. The organizers failed, however, to regulatory requirements, and on Friday evening at the Bavarian administrative court.

Also in Nuremberg could not be of a significant number of demonstrators, the speech. "Dead Hose", a police spokesman in the afternoon, commented on the situation. Instead of the promised 500 persons, only a single &quot be in rainy weather;Versprengte" have been able to see. Also in Kempten in the Allgäu region, the announced Demo was cancelled quickly due to bad weather.

Last weekend, several Thousand people against the Coronavirus were demonstrated in different cities nationwide restrictions and related interventions in fundamental rights.

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