German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced their support for the mayor of the city of Hamburg, Olaf Schultz, amid calls for his resignation, as a result of the violent unrest that swept the city during the last summit of G20 there.
Merkel told ARD television channel: "things that are not acceptable to have occurred at all. I take responsibility for my business like Olaf Schulz, I do not exempt myself from. "
I saw Hamburg 7-8 of this month state of emergency because of the protests of thousands of left-wing militants protesting the host city "Group of Twenty" summit. Despite the spread of 20 thousand police officers to protect the public order in the city, but the security situation there is worsening of the dawn of July 8, where the mass deployment of protesters in a number of streets and looted commercial center downtown Hamburg.
The unrest resulted in the arrest of about 300 people and injuring about 500 police officers injured.
He called members of the "Christian Democratic Union" party (Merkel) party in Hamburg Mayor Olaf Schultz's resignation, accusing him of bad estimate the risk of left-wing militants. The German chancellor said in an interview with ARD it does not consider this claim her fellow party members fair.