European fraudebestrijder examines German SPD leader Schulz
The European anti-fraud office OLAF investigates the comings and goings of Martin Schulz, the former president of the European Parliament. Schulz is in Germany currently, the SPD-candidate for the bondskanselierschap.
The 61-year-old Schulz did for some time, stories that, during his period as president of the european parliament from 2012 until January this year certain people without good reason promotion commissioned and unjustified bonuses offered. Der Spiegel called Markus English, Schulz’ current campaign manager in Germany, as one of the people who benefited.
OLAF are currently viewing on the basis of the data, or a complete fraud and corruption investigation is justified.
Schulz does it in Germany in the polls currently is very good. He is even for sitting chancellor Angela Merkel.