Christian Lindner

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Christian Lindner
2017-05-14 NRW Landtagswahl by Olaf Kosinsky-116.jpg
Leader of the Free Democratic Party
Assumed office
7 December 2013
General SecretaryNicola Beer
Preceded byPhilipp Rösler
Leader of the Free Democratic Party in the Bundestag
Assumed office
24 October 2017
Preceded byRainer Brüderle (2013)
Leader of the Free Democratic Party in North Rhine-Westphalia
In office
13 May 2012 – 27 November 2017
Preceded byDaniel Bahr
Succeeded byJoachim Stamp
Secretary General of the Free Democratic Party
In office
24 December 2009 – 14 December 2011
LeaderGuido Westerwelle
Philipp Rösler
Preceded byDirk Niebel
Succeeded byPatrick Döring
Member of the Bundestag
for North Rhine-Westphalia
Assumed office
24 September 2017
ConstituencyFDP List
In office
27 September 2009 – 13 May 2012
ConstituencyFDP List
Member of the Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia
In office
13 May 2012 – 24 September 2017
ConstituencyFDP List
In office
14 May 2000 – 27 September 2009
ConstituencyFDP List
Personal details
Born
Christian Wolfgang Lindner

(1979-01-07) 7 January 1979 (age 40)
Wuppertal, West Germany (present-day Germany)
Political partyFree Democratic Party
Spouse(s)Dagmar Rosenfeld-Lindner
Alma materUniversity of Bonn
Military service
Allegiance Germany
Branch/serviceRoundel of Germany – Type 1 – Border.svg Luftwaffe
RankLD B 43 Hauptmann.svg Hauptmann

Christian Wolfgang Lindner (born 7 January 1979) is a German politician. He is a member of the Bundestag and leader of the liberal Free Democratic Party of Germany (FDP).[1][2]

References[change | change source]

  1. tagesschau.de. "Aktuelle Nachrichten - Inland Ausland Wirtschaft Kultur Sport - ARD Tagesschau". tagesschau.de.
  2. Christian Lindner [c_lindner] (23 September 2013). "Bewerbe mich um den Parteivorsitz, um liberale Partei zu erneuern und 2017 wieder in Bundestag zu führen. Nun Phase der Besinnung. CL" (Tweet).