German far-right wants foreigners put in camps

9th November 2005, Comments 0 comments

9 November 2005, BERLIN - A far-right party in Germany said Wednesday that foreigners living in the country should be put into "collection camps" and then expelled if French-style violence breaks out.

9 November 2005

BERLIN - A far-right party in Germany said Wednesday that foreigners living in the country should be put into "collection camps" and then expelled if French-style violence breaks out.

The National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD), which last year won 9.2 per cent of the vote in Saxony state and has 12 seats in the regional parliament, called for laws aimed at reducing the population of resident foreigners.

Germany has about 7.3 million foreigners who comprise some 9 per cent of the total population.

"If riots are organised like in France then collection camps and vigilantes must be organised in time to protect life and property," said the NPD.

DPA

Subject: German news

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