"Freedom of speech has limits, just like all other kinds of freedom," German Chancellor Angela Merkel told @DW_GMF . "Freedom cannot infringe upon the constitutional rights of others — but where exactly is this limit?"
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“Not since German reunification, no, not since World War Two has there been such a challenge to our country.” German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivers an historic address to the nation regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
The fearmongers were wrong. Five years since Merkel admitted 1M refugees, they have largely been a success story, judging by their employment, mastery of the language, university attendance, and integration. The predicted violence came from the far right.
Germany has handled the coronavirus outbreak very well. And Merkel is absolutely one of the reasons why.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel: "Nobody likes to hear this but it is the truth. We are not living through the final phase of this crisis, we are still at its beginning. We will still have to live with this virus for a long time.”