The AfD’s Deputy Rolf has opened to become the oldest MP in the new Hessian state Parliament. The 73-year-old politician urged on Friday in Wiesbaden, Germany, in his opening speech a the end of the “Ausgrenzeritis” against political dissenters. The composition of the new country was tags with now six parties in a “mirror image of social reality, and nothing Unusual”. The right-wing populist AfD is first represented in the Hessian Parliament.

The current change in the political landscape is explained by the fact that more and more people considered the correction of an ascertainable value change is urgent, said Kahnt. Some political decisions are increasingly being perceived as a reality. In the Parliament there must, therefore, go to “argumentative competition for the best ideas.” “Our Parliament is a place of political decision-making, of communicating and of listening,” said the AfD politician.