Michaela Noll (born Tadjadod; born December 24, 1959 in Düsseldorf ) is a German politician ( CDU ) and a member of the German Bundestag . From January to October 2017 she was Vice President of the German Bundestag . She has been President of the German Parliamentary Society since the beginning of 2018.
Noll is the daughter of a German mother and the banker and former Minister of Economics Mostafa Tadjadod , who later fled from Iran , in the Mohammad Reza Pahlavis government . Michaela Tadjadod grew up with her grandparents in a soldiers' household in the Rhineland. In 1991 she had a son with a lawyer, her first husband. In 2002 she married a second time and took the name Noll shortly after her election to the Bundestag. She is Roman Catholic.
education and profession
After graduating from Mataré-Gymnasium in Meerbusch in 1980 , she completed training as an interpreter for English, French and Spanish from 1981 to 1982. In 1982 she began studying law at the University of Cologne and at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. In 1987 she passed her first and in December 1991 her second state examination in law. from 1992 to 1994 she was in her parental leave. From 1994 to 2002 she was a consultant for the women's union of the CDU-NRW in Düsseldorf, and since 2001 she has been admitted to the bar.
From 2010 to 2012 Michaela Noll was a member of the state executive committee of the CDU North Rhine-Westphalia . Since November 4, 2010 she has been deputy chairwoman of the CDU district association Mettmann.
Member of Parliament
After the federal elections in 2002, Michaela Noll moved into the Bundestag via the state list of the CDU NRW and in 2005 as a directly elected member. In the 2005 Bundestag election she received 47.3% (+5 percentage points) of the first votes in her constituency of Mettmann I. She repeated this success in 2009 by outperforming Peer Steinbrück (33.8%) with 44.4% (–2.9% p) . In 2013 , Michaela Noll also moved into the German Bundestag as a directly elected member. She received 49.5% of the first votes; the CDU received 43% of the second vote. In 2017 she prevailed again as a direct candidate with 44.6% of the first votes . The CDU received 34.0% of the second vote.
For the CDU / CSU parliamentary group from 2002 to 2013 Michaela Noll was a full member of the committee for family, senior citizens, women and youth and a deputy member and a. in the Legal Committee . Until 2009 she was also active in the Children's Commission of the German Bundestag , in 2006 as its chairman. At the beginning of the 17th legislative period, she was initially elected by her parliamentary group colleagues as legal advisor. On April 1, 2010, she was entrusted with the office of Parliamentary Managing Director of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group. She was confirmed in this office on January 13, 2014. As Parliamentary Managing Director, she was a member of the board of the CDU / CSU parliamentary group and of the council of elders of the German Bundestag.
From 2014 to January 2017 she was a full member of the Defense Committee. On January 19, 2017, she was elected Vice President of the German Bundestag as the successor to Peter Hintze (CDU), who died at the end of November 2016 . She held this office at the end of the 18th legislative period on October 24th.
In the Bundestag she voted against same-sex marriage in the summer of 2017 .
She is currently a full member of the Committee for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth and the Legal Committee . In addition, she was unanimously elected President of the German Parliamentary Society (DPG) in Berlin by the general assembly on April 26, 2018 . The member of the Bundestag is the first woman from the CDU / CSU parliamentary group in the company's 67-year history to follow in the footsteps of the long-standing President, former Federal Research Minister Heinz Riesenhuber, who has held this office since January 2006.
Michaela Noll is a full member of the joint committee of the Bundesrat and Bundestag. She is also a member of the CDU Local Politics Working Group and the SME Parliamentary Group and is a deputy member of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) parliamentary assembly. She is also a member of various parliamentary groups: member of the German-Swiss parliamentary group, member of the German-Slovenian parliamentary group, member of the German-Australian-New Zealand parliamentary group and member of the European Union parliamentary group of the German Bundestag .
Other engagements, honors and awards
Michaela Noll is President of the Förderkreis ZNS Langenfeld e. V., who financially supports the ZNS - Hannelore Kohl Foundation through the ZNS Summer Festival in Langenfeld . In addition, she is the patron of the Franziskus-Hospiz Hochdahl in Erkrath , of Zündstoff -die 2. Chance , a project for school-tired young people from the SKFM Erkrath eV and the Förderkreis Kipkel eV in Haan, a prevention offer for children of mentally ill parents. She is also the patron of the Bundesverband Herzkranke Kinder eV
On December 14, 2016, Bundestag President Norbert Lammert handed Michaela Noll the Cross of Merit on the ribbon of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, which Federal President Gauck awarded her in recognition of her parliamentary work in the German Bundestag and her extensive socio-political commitment.
- Michaela Noll's website
- Biography at the German Bundestag
- CV at the CDU / CSU parliamentary group
- Michaela Noll on parliamentwatch.de
- bundestag.de January 19, 2017
- Hope bearer before, annoyance back , cicero.de , accessed on July 1, 2017
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|Tadjadod, Michaela (maiden name)
|German politician (CDU), Member of the Bundestag
|DATE OF BIRTH
|December 24, 1959
|PLACE OF BIRTH