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Ranking last week decided to sue journalists site Netzpolitik.org, published materials about the plans of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BFF) to expand the surveillance on the Internet.
Later, the prosecutor suspended the proceedings to experts to assess whether there is reason to talk about treason.
The head of the Ministry of Justice of Germany Heiko Maas said that the Prosecutor General Harald of Range lost his confidence.
Maas said that in coordination with the Office of the Federal Chancellor will ask President Joachim Gauck to agree to resign rank.
His successor as named Munich prosecutor Peter Frank.
Earlier Tuesday accused the government of Range of interfering in the investigation.
Chapter BFF Hans-Georg Maassen last weekend said he believes the charges against employees Netzpolitik.org reasonable and insisted on an investigation of the case of treason.
The representatives of the German government made statements that media freedom has been and remains a top priority in Germany.
Political scandal could lead to the fact that under the impact will be the Minister of Justice, the head of the BFF and the Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, the German media note.
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