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The country of Germany created the leaflets; the leaflets were distributed in response to an incident in Cologne in 2015-2016; the leaflets were created after a wave of Syrian immigrants came to Europe in 2015; the complaints were entirely or primarily related to sexual assault or misconduct.
As Germany rang in the New Year in 2016, a number of assaults were reported in Cologne and other cities.
As many as 600 reports were lodged, and people quickly moved to blame recent refugees and migrants for what was framed as a novel spate of violence against women on that night.
On 1 February 2016, Britain’s Daily Mail published an article titled “Germany hands out cartoon etiquette guides at swimming baths after dozens of women were groped by migrants,” which held: In the wake of the sex assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve and a wave of reported cases of sexual harassment in swimming baths, officials have now created a special cartoon guide on appropriate etiquette.
The Green Party, who launched rainbow confetti into the chamber when the result was announced, have since confirmed that the party has four Muslim lawmakers – Cem Özdemir, Ekin Deligöz, Özcan Mutlu and Omid Nouripour – who approved the legislation.