Activists from the "Extinction Rebellion" group occupy a staircase in the North Rhine-Westphalian state parliament in Düsseldorf.
In order to draw attention to the climate emergency and to persuade politicians to take concrete action, activists stick to a staircase in the state parliament building. The police can literally solve the situation.
KLima protectors of the group "Extinction Rebellion" have stuck to the North Rhine-Westphalian state parliament. A dozen demonstrators blocked an open staircase in the parliament building on Wednesday, in which they glued their hands to the windows under the handrail with superglue. The police were on site and talking to the protesters. "The people who stick there are afraid for their future, they don't do it for fun," said a spokeswoman for the group.
A spokesman for the state parliament said: "We will file a complaint about the breach of the spellmile law." The demonstrators had entered the house as a normal group of visitors. Extinction Rebellion announced that the action should take concrete action against the climate emergency. The population had to be informed honestly about the emergency. Politics must finally act and lobbyism must be pushed back.
The demonstrators passed several ultimatums. After the police threatened prosecution for trespassing, some of the prisoners detached themselves. You were led out. Four demonstrators did not want to leave voluntarily. The police could bloodlessly detach them from the window and end the action.