Opponents of the Corona measures in Hanover want to protest against the current Corona rules in Hanover on Sunday. The police assume a four-digit number of participants.
It starts on Sunday morning from 10.15 a.m. – but initially with a different demo. Under the motto “Car parade of hearts for Valentine’s Day”, a three-digit number of participating vehicles want to roll through the city center and use the campaign to express their lack of understanding of the applicable Corona rules.
The parade starts and ends on Schützenplatz.
Planned train through the city center is canceled
The second meeting of critics of the current measures will also begin there at 2 p.m. Under the motto “Life and physical integrity for everyone according to Article 2 of the Basic Law”, the demonstration is to take place until 4 pm. According to their own information, the police are expecting a four-digit number of participants – a spokesman did not want to give more details to NDR.de on Saturday. Originally a train through the city center was planned, but this project was locally restricted by the assembly authority.
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Counter demo starts at 12.30 p.m.
A counter demo is also registered. Under the motto “In solidarity through the crisis instead of right-wing agitation and conspiracy myths”, a demonstration procession in the area of Ferdinand-Wilhelm-Fricke-Weg will start at 12.30 pm.
The meeting is scheduled to end around 3:30 p.m. on the stadium forecourt. “A three-digit number of participants is expected,” said the police.
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