“Spiegel”: Sellner is threatened with deportation | DiePresse.com

According to the news magazine, the Austrian right-wing extremist is said to be wanted in Germany.

According to a report by “Spiegel” magazine, Austrian right-wing extremist Martin Sellner, leader of the Identitarian movement, is in hiding in Germany. He could now be sent back in case of border control. The basis for this operation is the police's threat forecast.

Sellner participated in a meeting of AfD politicians and right-wing extremists in Potsdam, where he advocated the deportation of millions of immigrants from Germany – including those who already hold German citizenship. The meeting, revealed by the research site “Correktiv”, led to protests and mass demonstrations across Germany.

In parallel with these measures, authorities in Brandenburg plan to issue a formal entry ban against Sellner, according to the report. The Potsdam police authority must impose this. Before that, Sellner must be questioned by the German authorities. Entry bans may also be imposed against EU citizens if they pose a risk to public order and security. (maf)

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