German Chancellor dismisses Technische Universität Berlin president as an adviser for liking antisemitic posts on social media

Geraldine Rauch, President of the Technische Universität Berlin, was removed by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz from her position as an adviser in the “Future Council”.

This comes amid heavy criticism of Rauch after she had liked a series of antisemitic posts on social media.

The government’s Deputy Spokesperson, Christiane Hoffmann said: “From the Chancellor’s point of view, the allegations against her are serious and have not yet been resolved.”


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