Arnulf Kriedner

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Arnulf Kriedner on an election poster for the 1990 Bundestag election

Arnulf Kriedner (born May 16, 1938 in Mühlbach , Amtshauptmannschaft Pirna ) is a German politician ( CDU ).


After graduating from high school in 1959, Kriedner studied economics and business administration in Cologne and at the Free University of Berlin . He worked as a self-employed businessman. In 1989 he became an independent management consultant in the medium-sized sector. He was chairman of the Main-Werra e. V., President of the German-Paraguayan Society e. V. Bonn and member of various associations.

In 1960 Kriedner joined the ring of Christian-Democratic Students , in 1961 he went to the Junge Union , where he was deputy state chairman of Berlin . In 1963 he finally joined the CDU. He was a member of the district board of Berlin-Wedding and Berlin-Neukölln . From 1993 to 1995 he was chairman of the Schmalkalden-Meiningen district association and then a member of the board. He was state chairman of the local political association of the CDU Berlin and a member of the federal board of the CPV of the CDU and CSU. From 1969 to 1989 Kriedner was a district councilor, in 1971 he was then district councilor for health and the environment, in 1980 he became deputy district mayor and from 1981 to 1989 he was finally district mayor of Neukölln. From 1990 to 1998 Kriedner represented the constituency of Meiningen - Bad Salzungen - Hildburghausen - Sonneberg as a directly elected member of the German Bundestag .

Kriedner was chairman of the German-Belarusian parliamentary group and deputy chairman of the German-Russian parliamentary group. He was also a member of the German delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe and the Western European Union . He was also chairman of the WEU budget committee.


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