The Alternative for Germany party rejects right-wing radicalism, says deputy leader Georg Pazderski. Tim Sebastian confronts him with evidence to the contrary on DW’s Conflict Zone.
The far-right AfD's deputy leader, Georg Pazderski, says his party rejects right-wing radicalism. But with the party's youth wing under surveillance and supporters marching alongside neo-Nazi activists, how true is that?
Several Young Alternative chapters have become increasingly close to anti-Semitic, far-right groups like the NPD and Identitarians. Now, top AfD leaders are wondering whether the party's youth wing should be dissolved.
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