Hans-Rudolf Nebiker

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Hans-Rudolf Nebiker

Hans-Rudolf Nebiker (born October 10, 1929 in Liestal ; † March 3, 2008 in Diegten ; resident in Pratteln ) was a Swiss politician ( SVP ).


Nebiker spent his childhood in Pratteln and Sissach . After graduating from the Realgymnasium in Basel , he studied agricultural science at the ETH Zurich , which he graduated with a diploma in 1953. He worked as a feed producer in Diegten. Later he was a member of the board of directors at SBB and president of the Swiss Association of Private Agricultural Trade.

From 1962 to 1976 Nebiker was a member of the Diegten local council and was a member of the National Council from 1975 to 1998 . From 1979 to 1984 Nebiker was Vice President of SVP Switzerland. From 1982 to 1989 he chaired the SVP parliamentary group in the Federal Assembly . In 1991/92 he was President of the National Council . Nebiker was a member of the secret resistance organization P-26 .

Nebiker was considered a liberal representative of the SVP and an expert in agricultural policy and as a transport and finance politician . He campaigned for the motorway vignette , the heavy vehicle tax and VAT .

Nebiker was married and had six daughters. In the Swiss Army he was a lieutenant colonel in the artillery .

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