The Ex-Vice-Chancellor and Ex-SPD-party leader is the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank. Gabriel adheres to all the rules. Nevertheless: Is he Serious?
Unpredictable changes – who does not know you. Just recently it has announced to want to after decades of work is done to the Private retreat – the German Bank to ask if you might have time to be your Supervisory Board. Oh, what now?
Sigmar Gabriel, a political Jack of all trades from Goslar, has not hesitated, thankfully, long and his decision yet again revised. At the annual General meeting of Deutsche Bank on may 20. May he will ask the shareholders for the election. He wanted to make, he explains this process, "a contribution" to shape the future of the German and European economy. How sweet of him.
Because it is downright vile, the Ex-party Chairman, Ex-Minister, Ex-Vice Chancellor and Ex-members accuse that he wanted to silver at the end of his career, "his address book," as the abgeordnetenwatch.de does. So really. What's the big deal if an experienced politician to know his detail and his social skills in the service of a world-famous DAX-listed company, after he has his party, the SPD, in front of the wall driven?
Others make it rather easy. Andrea Nahles, for example. The Willy-Brandt leaves foot house, drives home in the Eifel and is probably riding all day long, instead of dealing with the public helpful to have this and that to.
Not so Sigmar Gabriel. The tears what a global Bank and also to all rules of transparency. The waiting time, which pretends to be when politics are allowed to leave from the economy to pay, he has kept a hair's breadth. 14. September, exactly one and a half years after Gabriel's departure from the Cabinet, to was you.
Two weeks later, he released a video message in which he explained to smile, he wanted to use "the Chance to make 60 a couple of new things that you could probably do with a 63, 64, 65". On 4. November, he finally appeared in a fancy eggplant-colored Blazer to the Bundestag President, his discharge certificate from the Parliament to sign it. To the resulting photo, Sigmar Gabriel: "It was a step that was not me verily easily." Anyone who claims it right now, Sigmar Gabriel, had planned his move to the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank from a long time, you should be ashamed of themselves.Updated Date: 24 January 2020, 17:00