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The DSP, the DPS and the Communists say no to the statute

1955

State Chancellery Saarland

State Chancellery Saarland
Saarbrücken, Germany

The DSP, the DPS and the Communists say no to the statute, because they are in favour of Europe and because the statute will allegedly create new borders, it will make Saarland a ‘colony’, it is a threat to Europe’s collective security and it involves serious risks for the Saarland.

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  • Title: The DSP, the DPS and the Communists say no to the statute
  • Date: 1955

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