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Anti-Covid-19 regulation protest in Germany: More than 20,000 people on the streets

After numerous violations of the assembly requirements, the city of Leipzig has dissolved the "lateral thinking" large-scale rally against the Corona policy. The large-scale demonstration was preceded by a legal dispute: The Higher Administrative Court of Bautzen (OVG) had decided that the rally with 16,000 people could take place on Augustusplatz. The decision of the Higher Administrative Court was an "official admission of a superspreader event with announcement", said Irena Rudolph-Kokot of "Bündnis Leipzig takes a seat".

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