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thank you for your question.
Basically, the two facts are not comparable. This is for the following reason:As a rule, the German government will not initiate criminal proceedings against citizens unless there is sufficient suspicion. This is the case if there are circumstances that the public prosecutor's office has investigated.The mere fact of a conviction in another country is not necessarily sufficient for this. There must be other circumstances.
Furthermore, your question is very abstract. Placement in a mental institution is regulated in Germany by § 63 StGB. Therefore, there must be far-reaching circumstances so that this is ordered.
To your concrete question:It is not easy and not the rule that people convicted of stalking and similar offences are placed in mental institutions in Germany.
I hope that your question has been answered.
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