Gerhard Scheu

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Gerhard Scheu (born March 27, 1943 in Brandenburg an der Havel ) is a German politician ( CSU ) and former member of the Bundestag for the Bamberg constituency .


After elementary school and high school in Forchheim , Scheu studied law and passed the first and second state exams. From 1974 to 1980 he was a legal civil servant at the Coburg district office ; then he was a consultant in the government of Upper Franconia until 1983.


Scheu has been a member of the CSU since 1963. He was deputy district chairman of the CSU Upper Franconia and a member of the Forchheim district council. In 1983 he became a member of the Bundestag. Scheu has been particularly committed to medical law since the 1990s . In the twelfth legislative period he was chairman of the Bundestag committee of inquiry "HIV infections through blood and blood products". In 1992, in the course of the asylum debate , he demanded that homosexual foreigners be refused asylum. In 2000 he received his doctorate in law from the University of Bremen with a thesis on drug safety and the importance of state risk prevention. Scheu was also a member of the Board of Trustees of the “ Foundation Humanitarian Aid for People HIV-Infected through Blood Products ”. He was a member of the Bundestag until the end of the fourteenth legislative period in 2002.


Scheu is Roman Catholic, married and has one daughter. He lives in Weilersbach in the Forchheim district . He is a member of the Catholic student union KD St. V. Fredericia Bamberg in the CV .

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  1. "The soul of the people bent" . The mirror. November 30, 1992. Retrieved May 12, 2017.