The counselor has a garbage problem
Scholz’s neighbors find secret documents in the trash
German Chancellor Olaf Schulz doesn’t seem to take it seriously when it comes to waste segregation — and secrecy. His neighbors find secret documents in the trash.
German Chancellor Olaf Schultz, 64, and his wife, Britta Ernst, 61, apparently disposed of confidential documents in the household waste of their Potsdam apartment. The neighbors of the political couple found out loud “Mirror” Among other things, an internal document on the G7 summit.
Printouts of Britta Ernst’s appointment calendar, email correspondence, or draft speeches have also been found. According to Spiegel, a particularly sensitive document appeared shortly after the G7 summit at the Bavarian castle of Elmau.
G7 secret document in household waste
You can see photos and “a brief overview of the partners” of heads of state and government. In addition, the memo noted that the State Department classified the newspaper as “confidential information – for official use only.”
Such documents should not be thrown into the trash. Strict rules already apply. According to the newspaper, these documents must be “secured at all times against unauthorized knowledge and access”.
In the Scholz couple’s case, the documents still end up in household waste — and according to residents, they weren’t properly separated. (European Union)
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