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Zurich Parliament wants to get to the bottom of the data scandal

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In December, Zurich Milieubeizer Roland Gisler submitted further hard drives and documents that are said to have come from the data leak to the Zurich Cantonal Council.

It is the sharpest instrument available to a parliament: a parliamentary commission of inquiry, or PUK for short. Such is now to be used in the canton of Zurich to get to the bottom of the data scandal in the Justice Department.

Blick reported on the affair at the beginning of December: Between 2006 and 2012, hundreds of hard drives from the Department of Justice are believed to have been improperly deleted and disposed of – and ended up in the hands of a previously convicted man from the Zurich milieu, who was trying to blackmail prosecutors. The hard drives contained, among other things, psychiatric reports, telephone lists from the canton police and private addresses of employees. A criminal case is pending against the man.

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