WORLD ON SUNDAY: Prime Minister, there are requirements for a review of the trustee's decisions. Do you want that too?
Bodo Ramelov: Yes, on a scientific level. You can not process thousands of business transactions. But we have to ask ourselves the question: how did people act then?
WORLD ON SUNDAY: The decisions are more than 25 years ago. Today you know a lot better. But have there really been alternatives to trust?
Ramelow: I am also concerned with style and respect. An East German, when he came with an investment request, was treated worse than a West German at that time. I experienced this during meetings: the Wessis smoke each other. Because I was Wessi myself, I could see that well. If Wessis has tampered with each other, …