Interview with Chancellor Kurz: Judges could be determined by a random generator

Despite the decision of the justice department that the chancellor will be questioned by a judge and not by corruption prosecutors, the investigators could also put their questions to Kurz.

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Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his lawyer Werner Suppan in the U-Committee.

The investigation against Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) because of possible false statements before the Ibiza investigative committee is developing more and more into a legal proseminar. For the first time, a passage is used that was previously practically a dead right: Section 101, Paragraph 2 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. It enables the Chancellor not to be questioned as a suspect by the Economic and Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (WKStA), but by a judge.

Kurz’s lawyer, Werner Suppan, suggested this because the ÖVP presented itself as a victim …

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