Johann Rotter

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Johann Rotter (born July 19, 1905 in Vienna , † June 2, 1973 in Ried im Innkreis ) was an Austrian lawyer and politician. Rotter was married and a member of the Burgenland Landtag .

Rotter was born as the son of the works manager Johann Rotter from Vienna Strebersdorf. He attended primary and secondary school in Vienna before studying law at the University of Vienna . He completed his studies in 1929 as Dr. jur. and then worked as a lawyer. Rotter was a member of the state parliament of Burgenland between November 11, 1934 and March 12, 1938. He represented the “liberal professions” stand until the committee was dissolved in the state parliament. In addition, Rotter was Vice-President of the state parliament during this time.


  • Johann Kriegler: Political manual of Burgenland. Part I (1923-1938). Eisenstadt 1972