German election 2017 latest shock: Angela Merkel booed as voters tell her to ‘get lost!’


The German Chancellor in opposition to grimaced a barrage of loud protestors during her pre-election tour, as she stopped to stop a speech to crowds of around 4,000 people at Bergisch-Gladbach.

For about 40 all the rages the CDU boss talked freely about her vision of a Germany, where Dick can «live comfortably again.”

In her speech she said: ”This is what pampers united Germany what it is today.

“Not only the freedom to criticise the whole shebang and everyone, but also the freedom to do something for others.”

Angela Merkel and migrants in GermanyREUTERS — GETTY

Angela Merkel has faced a burly election campaign tour

Her comments came just two days onwards of the second anniversary of Mrs Merkel announcing all Syrian asylum seekers are freely permitted to remain in Germany, regardless of which European Union country they had before set foot in.

The announcement meant Germany became the first state in the 28-member bloc to into abeyance the 1990 Dublin Regulation, which forces refugees to seek asylum in the anything else country they enter. 

And her decision was widely criticised by many within Germany and across the continent, as Mrs Merkel acknowledged accusations of contributing to the migrant crisis with her open door tactics.

Several anti-immigration protestors at Mrs Merkel’s rally at Bergisch-Gladbach on Tuesday fill out c draw up it clear they had not forgotten the controversial policy.

Angela Merkel addresses an election campaign rallyPA

Angela Merkel locations an election campaign rally

A group of right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) dissented loudly with whistles as they disturbed the Chancellor’s speech with sonorous boos and shouts of «get lost!».

The CDU election campaign team are well acclimated to to boos during their tour of Germany a month before the Spetember 24 voting.

It comes after Mrs Merkel was REUTERS

Angela Merkel talked unrestrictedly about her vision of a Germany

The rally was hijacked by a crowd of protestors from the right-wing Surrogate for Germany (AfD) and the anti-migrant Pegida movement.

More than 150 protestors slanted on the rally chanting «not my chancellor», as they waved banners reading «get out of here» and «double-crosser to the nation».

The group also held signs reading «regime mutate in Germany» and «CDU — we are destroying Germany».

One month before voters go to the ballot box, the left-leaning Group Democratic Party (SPD) is languishing on around 24 percent support, samples show — far behind Merkel’s conservatives bloc, on some 38 percent

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