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Munich imposes a ban on the adhesives of seven climate activists

Munich imposes a ban on the adhesives of seven climate activists

The Munich District Administration Department talks about preventive measures. Protesters paralyzed traffic in Munich several times.

The Munich city administration has placed a temporary ban on seven climate demonstrators who have repeatedly blocked traffic in the Bavarian state capital. One of the seven has now started a protest on Twitter because he has breached the clause and is now supposed to pay €1,000. The Munich District Administration (KVR) confirmed that the seven had appeared repeatedly at climate protests in the past.

According to the authority’s orders, it is forbidden to “carry, transport and use similar adhesives in the city of Munich”. A spokeswoman for KVR said the orders are usually limited to three months and are not punitive but rather preventive measures. The authority stressed that “the order does not restrict the freedom of expression and assembly of those affected.”

The “last generation” climate activist participated in another traffic shutdown on March 14 and was screened. According to KVR, another protester who was banned from using adhesives also participated.


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