MPs from the Alternative to Germany party stepped out of Bavarian parliament on Wednesday after surviving in the Holocaust accused the anti-immigrant party of minimizing Nazi crimes. Charlotte Knoblo in honor of the Holocaust, according to Reuters.
"Today a party is presented that humiliates these (democratic) values and reduces the crimes of national socialists," said Knoblehead, president of the Jewish community in Munich.
The other MPs representing the other five parties in Germany applaud Knoxloh's remarks
The AfD option entered the political scene last year after gaining 22 seats in parliament to become the country's fourth-largest party.
"The so-called AFD bases the policy of hatred and exclusion and does not respect our democratic constitution"
The party rejected racism charges and defended its actions on Wednesday.
It is scandalous that the president of the Jewish community in Munich abused the pansy for the victims of Nazi slander, the entire Afghan party and its legitimate and democratically elected faction used bad hints, said Catherine Eben-Steiner, parliamentary party leader in Bavaria
Knobloch, who was the head of the German Central Council of the Jews, told Reuters in a news story that she was not surprised when the MPs came out
"The supporting reaction on the part of the democratic factions made me really happy" "Democrats in our country have to face AfD in the future."