SÖDER HÄLT AN AIWANGER VORERST FEST - Affäre um antisemitisches Flugblatt

The video discusses the controversy surrounding Hubert Aiwanger, the Bavarian Deputy Minister-President, and an anti-Semitic flyer. Markus Söder, the Bavarian Minister-President, has decided not to immediately dismiss Aiwanger but has given him a set of 25 questions to answer regarding the flyer. Aiwanger has also been asked to provide access to old school records. Söder is trying to balance the situation amidst the upcoming state elections and does not want to break the coalition with Aiwanger’s party, the Free Voters, unless the accusations are proven true. The video also includes an interview with a journalist and lawyer who criticize the handling of the situation and emphasize the importance of addressing the issue promptly. The journalist also mentions that the flyer has been in an archive since 1989 and was part of a student project. The author of the project, who was a classmate of Aiwanger’s, did not know who wrote the flyer but highlighted it as an example of negative behavior during the Nazi era. The video concludes with discussions about the potential impact on the upcoming elections and the need for transparency in the investigation.

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