Participants in a bicycle demonstration against the Autobahn 100 expansion want to drive a section of the Autobahn on Saturday (2pm). Among other things, Friday’s Future and the Green Party’s youth organization called for the move in Berlin.
Many members of the Green Parliamentary Committee in the House of Representatives want to join the action on Templehofer Tom. “I will work to ensure that the next section of the A100 is finally removed from the federal transport route project,” said Bettina Jarash, the Green High candidate for the parliamentary election.
Jarash caused a stir in March with his review of the A100. He spoke in support of the removal of the A100 in the section up to Treptver Park, at least not sparked criticism by his statements from the Berlin economy.
Berlin’s left also supports the struggle. “We want to see if the 16th construction site, which is already under construction, can be converted into a city street with a bicycle expressway,” state president Katina Schubert announced.
The planned start to the bicycle demonstration is Hermannplots in New Cole, in the square in front of the new gate in Finch Mittey.
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Also, activists are calling for the release of Kremlin rival Alexei Navalny at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin-Mitte at 2pm on Saturday. The month-long “Democratic Camp” in the form of a tent camp – scheduled for May 9 – is set to take place in the square on March 18. The Unkremlin Association, which is still in its infancy, will act as organizer. It said not only the release of Navalny but all political prisoners in Russia were demanded.
Opponent of the Kremlin flew to Berlin in August last year and received treatment at the foundation there. According to several laboratory studies, he drank poison with war agent Novichok. Russia, on the other hand, said there was no evidence of poisoning in Navalny and therefore did not initiate any investigation. (dpa)