Apartheid Residenzpflicht Law
Refugee Activists from Schwäbisch Gmünd stand to denounce any law that undermines their natural human rights as human beings
The so called Residenzpflicht Law – or better the German Apartheid Law – that is said to be abolished since last year still exists in this Democratic State of Law in Germany and still is executed.
This law that postulates ristrictions to the right of free movement of refugees is a racist law and we highly denounce it.
We are still incriminated by the letters of this law just because we were traveling to Jena on the 17th of April in 2014. In the train to Jena we were sidelined and controlled by two federal police officers. Since then we have been criminalized by the Schwäbish Gmünd authority officials and local courts with the options of either paying fine for using our right to free movement or being imprisoned for coercive detention. more Information