A political quarrel should end because the means to solve it is provided by law. Health has nothing to do with it – at least one should hope so. But the case of an AfD candidate in the Bundestag in Baden-Württemberg has raised serious doubt.
Andrea Zürcher was nominated two weeks ago by AfD members from the districts of Waldshut and Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald as constituency candidate for the federal election. The 37-year-old has been with the AfD, deputy chairwoman of the Konstanz district association since 2016 and works for the AfD parliamentary group leader Alice Weidel, among others.
The trained business woman suffers from a chronic illness and therefore has to see a doctor on a regular basis. This week, she said in an interview with Berlin weeklyJunge Freiheit, she had a scheduled medical visit…
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