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Should the former CEO of VW, Martin Winterkorn, face criminal charges for his role in the emissions scandal?

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Last answered 4 days ago

Martin Winterkorn Poll Results

Yes

17,284 votes

73%

No

6,264 votes

27%

Distribution of answers submitted by German voters.

1 Yes answers
2 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Martin Winterkorn

In September 2015, Martin Winterkorn stepped down as chief executive of Volkswagen AG after it was revealed that the company rigged millions of vehicles to cheat on emissions tests. Mr. Winterkorn could receive severance compensation of up to €60 million. German prosecutors recently opened a probe to determine if Mr. Winterkorn was criminally negligible.  See recent Martin Winterkorn news

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