Wiebke Muhsal

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Wiebke Muhsal (2016)

Wiebke Muhsal (born April 6, 1986 in Lüdinghausen ) is a German politician ( AfD ) and was a member of the Thuringian state parliament from 2014 to 2019 .


Muhsal grew up in Münster and Bad Salzuflen . In 2005 Muhsal graduated from the Rudolph-Brandes-Gymnasium in the Lohfeld school center in Bad Salzuflen. She then began studying law at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena , which she graduated in February 2012 with a degree in law. After her studies, she mainly devoted herself to bringing up her children until she moved into the Thuringian state parliament in 2014. Muhsal is married and lives with her four children in Jena. She belongs to the Roman Catholic Church .

Party political engagement

Muhsal has been a member of Alternative für Deutschland since November 2013. She is the spokeswoman for the AfD district association Jena-Gera-Saale-Holzland-Kreis and a member of the family / health / demography program working group and head of the education / science / culture program working group . After the state elections in Thuringia in 2014 , she moved into the Thuringian state parliament via the state list of the AfD Thuringia . In the state parliament she was deputy chairman of the AfD parliamentary group. She was also the family and education policy spokesperson for her parliamentary group and a member of the state parliament's committee for education, youth and sport. In July 2015 she was elected as the state spokeswoman for the Junge Alternative Thuringia . In September 2018, Muhsal announced that he would not stand for election to the 7th Thuringian Parliament in 2019.


Muhsal at an election campaign event for the Thuringian state elections 2019 in Nordhausen

Muhsal is particularly committed to education and family policy . She advocates a marriage loan for young couples based on the GDR model and Baukindergeld . She also stood up for the receipt of the state education allowance and advocated a further development to a family allowance. In March 2015 she was the first signatory to the Erfurt resolution .

On September 1, 2016, she caused a stir when she entered the plenary hall fully veiled during a debate in the Thuringian state parliament and had her speaker film her. After she was called to order by the chairman, Muhsal took off the niqab . According to her own statements, she wanted to demonstrate with her behavior "against the degradation of women through full veiling". The full veil ban is the right way to end such a development and to protect the liberal basic order .

Conviction for fraud

In June 2015, at the request of the Erfurt public prosecutor's office, the justice committee of the Thuringian state parliament lifted Muhsal's parliamentary immunity in order to clear the way for criminal investigations. She had been reported by a former employee for settling bogus salaries. In December 2016, the Erfurt District Court issued a penalty order for 60 daily rates of 100 euros against Muhsal. Muhsal appealed. In April 2017, the court sentenced her to a fine of 80 daily rates of 100 euros for fraud. She appealed against this. In the appeal hearing, the Erfurt Regional Court confirmed the fine of 8,000 euros. The appeal directed against this was rejected by the Thuringian Higher Regional Court ; however, the regional court conviction for damages in the amount of 6,436 euros was overturned.

Web links

Commons : Wiebke Muhsal  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d Jena Landtag candidates presented: Wiebke Muhsal. In: Ostthüringer Zeitung . September 10, 2014
  2. ^ Elections to the board of the Junge Alternative Thüringen - Wiebke Muhsal is the new chairwoman. . In: Jenapolis , July 19, 2015. Archived from the original on July 20, 2015. 
  3. ^ Zoff before Thuringian AfD party congress - Muhsal no longer runs . In: Thüringer Allgemeine , September 25, 2018. 
  4. Thuringia: AfD MPs come fully veiled in the state parliament. In: Der Tagesspiegel , September 1, 2016
  5. ^ Immunity of Thuringian AfD MP Muhsal lifted. In: thueringer-allgemeine.de , June 12, 2015, accessed on January 8, 2018
  6. Fine against AfD members of the state parliament. . In: Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk , December 2, 2016. Archived from the original on December 4, 2016. 
  7. Muhsal objects to the penalty order. . December 19, 2019. Archived from the original on December 24, 2016. 
  8. Wiebke Muhsal before the Erfurt District Court - AfD MPs convicted of fraud . In: Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk , April 27, 2017. Archived from the original on April 28, 2017. 
  9. ^ AfD member of the state parliament Wiebke Muhsal sentenced to a fine for fraud. In: Thüringer Allgemeine , April 27, 2017, accessed on January 8, 2018
  10. Martin Kappel: Fraud allegations: Thuringian AfD politician Muhsal is on trial at Christmas time. In: thueringen24.de. September 15, 2017. Retrieved November 1, 2017 .
  11. dpa: The verdict against AfD politician is final - Wiebke Muhsal has to pay 8,000 euros. December 20, 2018, accessed on August 16, 2019 (German).