Thomas Baum (politician)
Profession and Party
Thomas Baum attended the Polytechnic High School in Bad Muskau from 1971 to 1981 and then completed a dual training course with Abitur as a construction worker by 1984. After three years of military service with the NVA , he studied civil engineering at the University of Cottbus , graduating in 1991 as a graduate engineer . He then worked as a planning and road construction engineer for an engineering office in Kassel , for which he worked as an authorized signatory and branch manager in Erfurt from 1998 . In 2010 he moved to another office in Dresden in the same role .
Baum lives in Bad Muskau.
In December 2014, he replaced the resigned MP Stefan Brangs in the Saxon state parliament . There he was a member of the Committee on Economics, Labor and Transport and a member of the Petitions Committee. In the state elections in Saxony in 2019 , Baum got only 8.0% of the first votes in the constituency of Görlitz 1 and could not move into the state parliament again via list position 16 on the SPD state list.
Thomas Baum is a member of the Parliamentary Forum for Central and Eastern Europe eV, a non-partisan association of Saxon parliamentarians and leaders from business and society, which promotes cooperation between Saxon as well as Central and Eastern European actors from politics and administration, with the aim of promoting business, science, Support culture and social developments.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German politician (SPD), MdL|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 15, 1964|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Bad Muskau|