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Ursula von der Leyen was the subject of yet another investigation in Germany for the questionable allocation of public contracts. Yet she was already well on her way to becoming President of the European Commission.
While all other commissioner-designates must sit through parliamentary hearings so that their history and competence can be examined, the president-designate (of all people!) does undergo any such scrutiny.
Anyone who wants to become President of the European Commission should declare for whom he or she worked. I set an example for how this really ought to be done.
Unfortunately she has still not adapted the concept.