Nancy Faeser (born July 13, 1970 in Bad Soden ) is a German politician ( SPD ), lawyer and member of the Hessian state parliament . She has been chairwoman of the SPD Hessen and chairwoman of the parliamentary group and thus the opposition leader in the Hessian state parliament since 2019 .
Nancy Faeser is married and has one son. She grew up in Schwalbach am Taunus , where she still lives today. After graduating from the Albert-Einstein-Gymnasium in Schwalbach am Taunus in 1990, Faeser studied law at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main . In 1996 she completed her studies with the first state examination. From 1996 to 1998 she worked at Günter Frankenberg's chair in Frankfurt. After her legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main , she passed her second state examination in 2000 and has since worked as a lawyer, currently at a commercial law firm in Frankfurt am Main.
Faeser has been a member of the Hessian state parliament since April 5, 2003 . In October 2007 she was appointed Minister-designate for Justice to the shadow cabinet of the then SPD top candidate Andrea Ypsilanti . After the Hessian state election in 2008 , Faeser moved back into the Hessian state parliament via the state list. Nancy Faeser was elected to the parliamentary committee as legal advisor of the SPD parliamentary group. After the renewed state election in 2009 , it again moved into the Hessian state parliament via the state list. Since 2009 she has been deputy parliamentary group leader and domestic policy spokeswoman for the SPD parliamentary group in Hesse. Faeser is chairwoman of the penal subcommittee of the Hessian state parliament and chairwoman of the parliamentary control commission for the protection of the constitution. Since 2013 she has been chairwoman of the G10 commission.
Faeser was chairwoman of the investigation committee 16/3 FWG double financing and the investigation committee 18/2 (filling the position of the president of the Hessian riot police) of the Hessian state parliament .
She has been a member of the district council in the Main-Taunus district since 1993 and has been a city councilor in her home town of Schwalbach am Taunus since 2006 . In 2004 she was a member of the 12th Federal Assembly , in 2009 a member of the 13th Federal Assembly and in 2010 a member of the 14th Federal Assembly .
In June 2013 Faeser was appointed to his "Team for Change" by SPD top candidate Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel for the field of internal affairs, municipal affairs and sport. In the state elections in Hesse in 2013 she appeared in the constituency Main-Taunus I to. Here she lost to Christian Heinz . However, she succeeded in re-entering the state parliament on list number 2 of the SPD Hesse. As the successor to Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel, she was elected chairwoman of the parliamentary group on September 4, 2019.
Faeser has been a member of the SPD since 1988. She has been chairwoman of the SPD Schwalbach am Taunus since 1996. She was deputy chairwoman from 1999 to 2009 and chairwoman of the SPD Main-Taunus from 2009 to 2015 . She is currently a deputy chairwoman of the subdistrict board. Since 2002 she has been a member of the district board of the SPD Hessen-Süd , from 2000 to 2009 she was a board member of the Working Group of Social Democratic Lawyers (AsJ) of the SPD Hessen-Süd. Since 2009 she has been a member of the "Inside" working group of the SPD party executive in Berlin. Faeser has been a member of the Social Democrats in the Police (SiP) since 2009. In 2013 she was elected to the state executive committee of the SPD Hessen . From February 2014 to 2019 she was General Secretary of the SPD Hessen. In March 2019, she announced her candidacy for the chairmanship of the SPD Hessen after Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel had declared his retirement from politics. She was elected state chairwoman at a state party conference on November 2, 2019.
- Short biography. Hessian state parliament.
- Nancy Faeser's website
- Website of the SPD Main-Taunus
- Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel appoints Nancy Faeser for the field of home affairs, municipal affairs and sports. Retrieved June 20, 2013 .
- Nancy Faeser's CV. Retrieved June 20, 2013 .
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- Hessenschau de, Frankfurt Germany: After Schäfer-Gümbels withdrawal: Nancy Faeser is a candidate for SPD chairmanship. March 28, 2019, accessed on March 28, 2019 (German).
- Hessenschau de, Frankfurt Germany: Successor to Schäfer-Gümbel: Nancy Faeser is the new SPD chairwoman. November 2, 2019, accessed on November 2, 2019 (German).
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German politician (SPD), MdL|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 13, 1970|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||bad Soden|