The video discusses the allegations of antisemitism against Hubert Aiwanger, the Deputy Minister-President of Bavaria. The Süddeutsche Zeitung reported that Aiwanger wrote and distributed an antisemitic flyer during his school days. Aiwanger denies the accusations and claims that the flyer was actually written by his brother. The Bavarian SPD party is demanding Aiwanger’s resignation, stating that he is no longer suitable for his position. Florian von Brunn, the party’s faction leader, believes that the flyer is more than just a youthful mistake and finds it unacceptable for Markus Söder to continue cooperating with Aiwanger.
Florian von Brunn, the SPD faction leader in Bavaria, discusses the recent antisemitic flyer distributed by Hubert Aiwanger, emphasizing the need for his resignation or dismissal. He believes that the situation has caused damage to Bavaria’s reputation and economy. Von Brunn hopes for a decision on affordable housing and expresses concern about Aiwanger’s involvement in the coalition. He calls for a special session of the state parliament to approve the decision regarding Aiwanger.
Hubert Aiwanger, Deputy Minister-President of Bavaria, is facing accusations of antisemitism. Markus Söder, the Minister-President, has called for a special coalition committee to address the allegations. Aiwanger denied the accusations but admitted to possibly distributing an antisemitic flyer when he was 17 years old. The incident could impact the Bavarian state elections, with the Green Party and the Social Democratic Party calling for Aiwanger’s resignation. Various individuals, including Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz, are demanding clarification and potential political consequences.