Heinrich Ott (politician)

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Heinrich Ott (born June 23, 1893 in Graz , Styria , † November 7, 1975 in Vienna ) was an Austrian politician ( CSP , later ÖVP ).


After attending primary school , Heinrich Ott graduated from high schools in Graz and Innsbruck . However, without graduating from high school, he attended relevant specialist courses and learned the profession of electrical engineer in this way .

At first Ott worked as a commercial clerk at Siemens-Schuckertwerke in Vienna. In 1919 he became the managing partner of an electrical installation company in Wiener Neustadt . In 1929 he took over this business.

Ott held his first political mandate from 1934, when he moved into the municipal council of Wiener Neustadt as a Christian social member . He remained in this position until the annexation of Austria in 1938.

In December 1945, Otts was sworn in as a member of the ÖVP for the National Council . After only one legislative period, he moved to the Federal Council in November 1949 . Ott was a member of the second Austrian Chamber of Parliament for three years, until November 1952.

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