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Polish Hotel Cancels Reservation For German Right-Wing Party

WorldNews Friday, 28 June 2019
Polish Hotel Cancels Reservation For German Right-Wing PartyThe far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party had to cancel plans for a gathering in western Poland on Friday, after the Radisson Blu Hotel in Szczecin unceremoniously nixed their reservations two hours before the meeting, Deutsche Welle reports. The hotel said there had been a power outage. Spokesman Christian Lüth told French news agency AFP that he believed "political reasons" were behind the decision."We had repeatedly confirmed the reservation. There will be legal action." – Christian Lüth About 70 of the party's 91 representatives in parliament were due to travel to the Polish border town, including leaders Alexander Gauland and Alice Weidel. Instead, the lawmakers met in the...
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