Liane Deicke

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Liane Ilse Anneliese Deicke (born February 10, 1954 in Salzwedel ) is a German politician ( SPD ). She was a member of the Saxon State Parliament from 2004 to 2014 .


Deicke grew up in Salzwedel, where he graduated from high school in 1972. She then studied at the Technical University of Leuna-Merseburg and graduated in 1976 with a degree in chemistry. From 1976 to 1992 she worked at the Central Institute for Isotope and Radiation Research in Leipzig , initially as a research assistant and later as a laboratory manager. Part-time, Deicke worked on her doctorate, which took place in 1991 at Leipzig University.

From 1992 to 1994 she was an advisor to the state parliament member Maika Voigt , at that time environmental policy spokeswoman for the SPD. From 1994 until she was elected to the state parliament in 2004, she was the environmental protection officer at the Leipzig transport company .

Liane Deicke is married and has one grown son.


Deicke has been a member of the SPD since 1992. In the state elections in 2004 she was elected to the Saxon state parliament via the state list, and in 2009 she moved back into the state parliament via the SPD state list. There she was a member of the Committee on Environment and Agriculture and the Petitions Committee. She no longer ran for the 2014 state election.

Individual evidence

  1. SPD Nordsachsen nominated for state elections 2014 Report from SPD Nordsachsen, accessed on October 2, 2014

Web links

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