Christian Wirth (politician)

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Christian Wirth, German Bundestag 2020

Christian Friedrich Wirth (born April 27, 1963 in Neunkirchen ) is a German politician of the Alternative for Germany party (AfD).


Wirth studied law and works as a lawyer in Saarland. He received his doctorate with a dissertation on the lawyer Johann Andreas Georg Friedrich Rebmann . During his studies he joined the fraternity “Ghibellinia zu Prague in Saarbrücken”. He later became a member of the Normannia fraternity in Heidelberg . He was also a member of the FDP .

In a vote in Sulzbach on the nomination for the 2017 federal election , he prevailed against his inner-party competitor Michel Dörr , son of the AfD head of state Josef Dörr , and became a member of the Bundestag for the AfD .


On the occasion of the COVID-19 pandemic , Wirth proposed in March 2020 to use the capacities that had become available in the aviation industry affected by the crisis " for the quick and effective repatriation of around 250,000 migrants in Germany who are required to leave the country ".

Web links

Commons : Christian Wirth  - Collection of Images

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Catalog of the German National Library. Retrieved January 20, 2019 .
  2. Matern Boeselager: The AfD individual cases of the week: A right-wing fraternity and a neo-Nazi sympathizer. In: Vice. April 5, 2016, accessed March 4, 2019 .
  3. ^ Kai Biermann, Astrid Geisler, Christina Holzinger, Paul Middelhoff, Karsten Polke-Majewski, Tilman Steffen: Right to extreme in the Bundestag. In: ZEIT ONLINE. ZEIT ONLINE GmbH, September 21, 2017, accessed on March 4, 2019 .
  4. ^ Saarbrücker Zeitung: Christian Wirth
  5. Lucius Teidelbaum: Right reactions to Corona, March 24, 2020