Former members of far-right group Freies Netz Sued (Free Network of the South or FNS) attended a court hearing at Munich Administrative Court on Tuesday. Forty one plaintiffs claimed that the FNS ban was "illegal" because FNS was not a "group" but a "network platform." According to the court spokesperson, the final decision is expected next week and is dependable on the question if the FNS has at their disposal a certain organisational minimum structure. Free Network of the South was banned in July 2014 by the Bavarian Interior Ministry. According to the rationale given for the ban, the FNS had been "aggressive and opposed to the Constitution" and had been continuing the activity of the Frankische Aktionsfront (Frankish Action Front), which was banned in 2003, also because of its anti-constitutional activities. FNS reportedly maintained contact with many ultra-right parties abroad, such as the Workers' Social Justice Party (DSSS) in the Czech Republic, Golden Dawn in Greece, and Jobbik in Hungary.
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