Jörg Meuthen, co-federal leader of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) political party, speaks at the party congress Nov. 28, in Kalkar, Germany. Meuthen criticized the party’s right wing in his speech. The AfD held the two-day congress in person, as total confirmed coronavirus infections passed the 1 million mark.

KALKAR, GERMANY – NOVEMBER 28: Joerg Meuthen, co-federal leader of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) political party, speaks at the AfD party congress during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic on November 28, 2020 in Kalkar, Germany. The AfD is holding the two-day congress with 600 expected delegates in-person, which is in contrast two other political parties in Germany, who have either postponed their recent party gatherings or held them virtually. Germany is firmly in the grip of the pandemic second wave, with the total number of confirmed infections passing the one million mark and recently reporting a new record of 426 deaths in a 24-hour period. (Photo by Sascha Schuermann/Getty Images)