Chairman of the NSA Committee of Inquiry Kiesewetter apparently bugged
The Aalen Member of Parliament Roderich Kiesewetter (CDU) has apparently been spied by intelligence services. Brisant: He is also Coordinator of the NSA investigation committee. In SWR he has now demanded by the Bundestag better protection for MPs.
Roderich Kiesewetter (CDU), Unions Coordinator on the NSA committee of inquiry is on 08.05.2014 before the meeting of the NSA investigation committee of the Bundestag in Berlin a statement from.
Roderich Kiesewetter (CDU) has been apparently bugged
Russian and U.S. intelligence agencies would certain MPs who have “interesting work” a watch, Roderich Kiesewetter said SWR. Technicians of the Bundestag have found that third parties have access to his mobile phone. However, it was not clear what exactly foreign services skim.
Kiesewetter since April chairman of the Union Group in the NSA investigation committee. The committee will examine the eavesdropping activities of the United States and Britain as well as the role of the federal government there.
Kiesewetter for better protection of MPs
The Bundestag must finally make better arrangements for MPs. Kiesewetter was particularly critical that the U.S. company Verizon was commissioned as provider by the Bundestag – although it is known that Verizon was working closely with the NSA.
Spying may all Stewards
He therefore called for, that the Bundestag touting the new telecommunications services. Not only the cheapest supplier might come into play, and data security must be ensured. Kiesewetter said he had evidence that the chairmen of all four parties had been intercepted on the NSA investigation committee.
The Bundestag has set up a Committee of NSA affair on March 20, 2014. The Committee, chaired by Mr Prof. Dr. Patrick Sensburg (CDU / CSU) to clarify the extent and background of the Aussp?hungen by foreign secret services in Germany. The Committee has eight members of the Bundestag: Four of the CDU / CSU, the SPD and two each from the left and from the Greens.