The head of the Federal office for the protection of the Constitution of Germany Hans-Georg Oil removed from office because of the events in Chemnitz, reports DW.
This was announced on Tuesday, September 18, government spokesman in Berlin.
The decision on the resignation of Masena from the post of head of intelligence services was adopted at the meeting of the “Grand coalition” of Chancellor Angela Merkel and Minister of internal Affairs of Germany Horst Seehofer. Now the official will take the post of the state Secretary in the Ministry of internal Affairs of Germany.
Masena, in particular, was accused of illegal transfer prepopulates of the Alternative for Germany (ADH) information from unpublished report by his intelligence agencies.
It was about the number of alleged Islamists in Germany and the budget of the Federal office for the protection of the Constitution. Policies also came under heavy criticism for his statements about the “lack of authenticity” videos from Chemnitz, where during the riots a few Germans chasing dark-skinned foreigners.
On the night of 26 August in Chemnitz, in Eastern Germany, 35-year-old German died in the fight, which involved up to 10 people of different nationalities. In addition, two people received injuries of varying severity.
On suspicion of assault and causing fatal injuries, police arrested 22-year-old Iraqi citizen and 23-year-old Syrian.