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Over 60,000 visitors had a "Date with Democracy"

Sunday, August 27th, 2017 | World News

Over 60,000 people in Berlin have taken the opportunity to get a look behind the scenes of the federal government. The Chancellery, the 14 Federal Ministries, and the Federal Press Office were invited to inform themselves about politics at the "Date with Democracy".

When the sky was over, the first members of the Chancellor were waiting for two hours before the start, at 10 am, according to a press release from the Bundespresseamt. In many places, safety controls were to happen. In front of the Ministry of Interior, many policemen were prominently positioned.

In the Ministry of Defense visitors could visit the inner courtyard, among other things tanks. In the area of ​​the federal press conference, dozens of citizens took the opportunity to feel Federal Minister of the Interior, Brigitte Zypries (SPD), personally in the morning. Just four weeks before the Bundestag elections on September 24, the visitors were particularly interested in the airliners and the bankruptcy of Air Berlin.

Chancellor Peter Altmaier (CDU) was asked in the afternoon mainly for his relationship with Turkey. The Federal Commissioner for the Stasi files, Roland Jahn, also raised the questions of the citizens. The ministries offer guided tours, information stands as well as games and culinary delights.

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