Hessen does not want to let the AfD politician Björn Höcke back into its school service. Culture Minister Alexander Lorz (CDU) told the "Frankfurter Rundschau" (Saturday), he would "do everything he could so that Mr. Höcke can no longer teach in one of our schools".
At a demonstration in Saxony-Anhalt in November, the 43-year-old AfD party leader and head of the parliamentary delegation in Thuringia spoke of a "life-affirming African dissemination type" - which experts judged to be racist. But the state prosecutor terminated investigations into incitement against peoples due to insufficient grounds to suspect that a crime had been committed.
Höcke had earlier taught sport and history as a senior teacher at Bad Sooden-Allendorf in northern Hesse. He has been elected to Thuringia's regional parliament till 2019 and has been granted leave until then. If he wants to return to the school service afterwards, an attempt will be made to prevent this "in accordance or compliance with all legal prerequisites", said Lorz.Source
I posted about this previously (see here). The relevant extract from the speech is shown above.