Call to Action: Stand up for Dresden and Saxony – for an open-minded community and a constructive civic dialogue!
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In response to the "Pegida Walks", the Saxon Minister-President Stanislaw Tillich and Dresden's First Mayor Helma Orosz ask all Dresdeners to gather and send out a strong sign:
Stand up for Dresden and Saxony – for an open-minded community and a constructive civic dialogue!
An outward-looking attitude is what discerns Dresdeners and Saxons. Saxony’s success and its cultural and business achievement have been engineered by proud citizens of our country who work alongside immigrants from all over the world. Many of them have made Saxony their new home, sharing in our language and culture.
Together, we are committed to a democratic society, the rule of law and a civic-minded, cohesive community. Let us make our commitment visible. Therefore we, the Mayor of Dresden, Ms Helma Orosz, and the Prime Minister of the Free State of Saxony, Mr Stanislaw Tillich, ask you to join us on
Saturday, January 10, 2015, 3 p.m., at the
Frauenkirche, Neumarkt, Dresden
and show that we stand up for an open-minded community and a constructive civic dialogue.
Among the speakers are:
- Helma Orosz, Mayor, City of Dresden
- Stanislaw Tillich, Prime Minister of the Free State of Saxony
- Viola Klein, Vice President/Co-Founder, Saxonia Systems AG
- Ralf Adam, Chairman, Workers’ Council of Globalfoundries Dresden.
|Stanislaw Tillich, Prime Minister of Saxony||Helma Orosz, First Mayor of Dresden|