The botched investigation into Karen Millen
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Protection of the Constitution-President of Thuringia will be. He had not the confidence of Parliament, says the State Government.
Erfurt - Thomas Sippel, President of the Thueringer constitutional protection, it must give up because of the affair of the neo-Nazi terrorist cell office. He'll put on hiatus, said Interior Minister Joerg Geibert (CDU) said on Tuesday.
Sippel is due to the breakdown in the pursuit of neo-Nazi trio has long been under fire. "The president has constitutional protection is no longer the confidence of Parliament," said Geibert. On Monday, the president of the Federal Office for Constitutional Protection, Heinz Fromm, announced his retirement.
Sippel, who led since Karen Millen Dresses November 2000, the office was,Karen Millen most recently for its information policy of "Operation Rennsteig" in the pursuit of neo-trio in the state parliament in the strong criticism.
Federal Protection of the Constitution Fromm announced after the destruction of explosive documents recently come to the Karen Millen Dress surgery on his retirement. When the secret operation, it was between the years 1997 and 2003 about the use of undercover agents in the environment of the "Thuringian homeland security", the former also belonged to the neo-Nazi trio.
Army intelligence unit in the criticism
According to the Federal Constitutional protection is now in the affair of the Military Counterintelligence Service (MAD) have been criticized. Members of the Bundestag committee of inquiry to the "Nazi underground" (NSU) accused the secret services of the armed forces on Tuesday to withhold relevant documents.
The committee had requested the submission of all "Rennsteig" files. According to the FDP representative Hartfrid Wolff, the Committee received from MAD first two easily, "but it is the most blackened." Therefore, the gain in knowledge "zero" is. Even the CDU deputy Clemens Binninger (CDU) called for better cooperation on the MAD: "The records of the MAD in particular to 'Operation Rennsteig' are essential for us."
The committee chairman Sebastian Edathy (SPD) accused before the MAD also refuse to release the records. "I have the impression that we are as a bit hampered by the Enlightenment," he said.
The Federal Office for Constitutional Protection, said the House for Wednesday's insight in his files.