Christian Haase (politician)

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Christian Haase (born May 6, 1966 in Höxter ) is a German politician , administrator and member of the 18th German Bundestag as an elected direct candidate of the CDU for the constituency 136 Höxter - Lippe II . In the 2017 election to the 19th Bundestag , Haase was re-elected as a direct candidate for constituency 136.

Haase is the successor of the directly elected CDU member Jürgen Herrmann, who died unexpectedly in the summer of 2012 . In June 2017 he was elected chairman of the local politics working group of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group and thus also the local political spokesman for his parliamentary group. On November 11, 2017, he was elected as the new federal chairman at the Federal Representative Assembly of the Local Political Association of the CDU / CSU in Germany (KPV) and succeeded Ingbert Liebing. The delegates elected him with 96.5% of the vote.

The graduate in administrative management (FH) was employed in the district administration of the Höxter district from 1982 to 2001 . He was active in local politics between 2001 and 2004 as an alderman for the city of Beverungen , where he held the office of mayor from 2004 to 2013 . In the regional CDU, Haase currently holds the functions of district chairman of the CDU in Höxter and deputy district chairman in East Westphalia-Lippe .

In the 19th German Bundestag , Haase is a full member of the budget committee and the subcommittee on questions relating to the European Union. He is also a deputy member of the Committee on Food and Agriculture , the Committee on Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety , and the Committee on Construction, Housing, Urban Development and Local Authorities .

Haase is a member of the Presidium of the Association of Towns and Municipalities of North Rhine-Westphalia. He is chairman of the board of the regional energy supplier "Energy for the district of Höxter eG". He is also active in the Höxter district in the “Steering Group Regional Education Management District Höxter” and in the “Steering Group Network Accessibility District Höxter”. He is a member of the administrative committee at the Federal Employment Agency in Paderborn. Haase is involved in cultural and private matters as an advisory board member of the Beverungen cultural community and deputy chairman of the support association for the Herstelle monastery . Haase is also a member of the non-partisan European Union Germany , which advocates a federal Europe and the European unification process.

Christian Haase is married and has a daughter, he is of Roman Catholic denomination.

Web links

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Christian Haase. In: German Bundestag, accessed on February 4, 2018 .
  2. Haase elected federal chairman of the KPV. In: November 15, 2017. Retrieved February 4, 2018 .
  3. ^ German Bundestag - Biographies. Retrieved June 6, 2020 .
  4. a b Christian Haase - About me. In: Retrieved February 4, 2018 .
  5. ^ Christian Haase. In: Website of the Europa-Union Germany. Retrieved August 19, 2020 .