Karin Strains, a Bundestag member from McLeanberg-Western Pomerania, has died. The “Built” newspaper first reported about it.
Accordingly, she initially lost consciousness on the plane. Therefore, the crew decided to make an unplanned emergency landing in Dublin. At the moment, the background is not yet clear – for example, what is the reason for your trip to Cuba. Eckhard Rehrk, a spokeswoman for the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Regional Committee, said she was traveling with her husband.
Swerin’s attorney wants to clarify the exact circumstances of the death by seeking legal assistance to Ireland. A spokesman for Swerin’s authority said Monday that an inquest had been launched into the death. According to the information available so far, the exact cause of death of the 53-year-old is not yet clear. “We think there will be an autopsy on the dead in Ireland,” a lawyer’s spokesman said. In cases like this one wants to get the necessary information from Ireland with the usual inquest procedure and request.
Strains vs. Pundestock member Axel Fischer – Corruption Inquiry into the Azerbaijan Council of Europe Council. According to the specifications of the representatives of Azerbaijan they must have voted in the Council of Europe at least on one occasion and campaigned for the interests of the dictatorial country. There is evidence that Strains received money from Azerbaijan, and it is suspected that Fischer also received donations. In early March, Fischer’s offices and apartments were searched.
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Strains has been a member of the band since 2009. In the 2009, 2013 and 2017 elections, he won one of the six direct elections held in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. He was a member of the state parliament in the Northeast from 2002 to 2006 and from 2007 to 2009. At Bundestack he last sat on the security team.
By the beginning of 2020, the searches of the CDU politician and former CSU parliamentarian were already on in relation to the flow of money from dictatorial regime Azerbaijan. At the time, Frankfurt’s attorney general was talking about about four million euros between 2008 and 2016 through British mailbox companies and Baltic accounts.
It was investigated in connection with bribery and money laundering. During the search in January 2020, 16 apartments and commercial complexes in Berlin, McLenberg-Western Pomerania, Bavaria and Belgium were inspected, including a member of the Bundestock. (Tsp, dpa)