Hans-Georg Maaßen faces calls for resignation after casting doubt on evidence of far right protesters hounding migrants

The German government is to hold a crisis meeting on Thursday afternoon to discuss the future of the country’s intelligence chief following widespread calls for his resignation after he cast doubt on evidence of foreign people being hounded on the streets of Chemnitz by far-right protesters.

Hans-Georg Maaßen’s future will be decided on at the meeting, according to reports.

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