Lousy atmosphere in the Nuremberg Future Museum

Delayed wages, lack of appreciation: student assistants in the Deutsches Museum branch complain about their working conditions. It is not the first time that the prestige project in Söder’s hometown has made negative headlines.

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John Osel

The opposition in the state parliament has been criticizing the high costs of the Nuremberg Future Museum for years, and the FDP even suspects one of “Bavaria’s biggest real estate scandals”, for which the CSU and Prime Minister Markus Söder are responsible. When the Supreme Court of Auditors also noted in May that the Free State had negotiated a lease agreement for the property that was not very advantageous, the CSU went on the offensive – and praised the radiance and external impact of this “world-class museum”, as Ernst Weidenbusch (CSU) put it in a heated plenary session said: “School classes are fighting over who gets to come first.”

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