Poll shows most Germans favour action against far-right party over neo-Nazi links

The Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party is facing growing calls to be put under state surveillance over mounting evidence of its links to neo-Nazi groups, following far-right demonstrations in the eastern city of Chemnitz.

A representative poll has showed that a majority of Germans are in favour of the move, backed by leading politicians including the justice minister, Katarina Barley, and the leader of the Social Democrats, Andrea Nahles.

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