Rotraut Meyer-Verheyen

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Rotraut Meyer-Verheyen (* 1940 ) is a former Hamburg politician of the STATT party .


Meyer-Verheyen holds a degree in economics and worked as a senior lecturer at business schools and vocational schools. She is married.

In 1993 Meyer-Verheyen moved with the STATT party to the founder Markus Wegner in the Hamburg citizenship . The party was only able to stay in parliament in the 15th electoral term from 1993 to 1997. During this time, she sat for her group in the economic committee , school committee and the submission committee. She was also the school and economic policy spokesperson for her party in parliament.

Meyer-Verheyen was supposed to be expelled from the STATT party at the beginning of 1997 "because of the misuse of parliamentary funds for private purposes". She anticipated the measure, left the party and resigned from office on January 22, 1997. She herself denied the allegations and took the view that it was a misunderstanding. For them, Fabian von Borcke has moved up into the citizenry.


  • Citizens' Handbook - Citizenship of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, 15th electoral period , Hamburg 1994.

Individual evidence

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