Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock (Greens) recently expressed remorse about unmarked passages in her book. Now your work is to be provided with sources. The spokeswoman for the Ullstein publishing house, Christine Heinrich, confirmed the news agency dpa a corresponding »image« report. "In consultation with the author, we will add additional sources to the book in a possible next edition and at the earliest possible date in the e-book," said the spokeswoman.
In principle, this corresponds to the standards for subsequent editions and, for reasons of transparency, takes place “also independently of the legally permissible takeover of passages from public domains”.
Baerbock is accused of being in the book entitled “Now. How we are renewing our country «to have taken unmarked text passages from other publications. In the "Süddeutsche Zeitung“She had admitted mistakes on Thursday. "In retrospect, it would certainly have been better if I had worked with a bibliography," she told the newspaper. You have consciously resorted to publicly available sources, especially when it comes to facts, she said. "But I take the criticism seriously."