Erhard Busek

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Erhard Busek
Vienna 2013-05-03 Stadtfest - Dr. Erhard Busek on occasion of opening 'Wiener Stadtfest' 2013.jpg
Vice-Chancellor of Austria
In office
2 July 1991 – 4 May 1995
ChancellorFranz Vranitzky
Preceded byJosef Riegler
Succeeded byWolfgang Schüssel
Minister of Education and Cultural Affairs
Education and the Arts (1994–1995)
In office
29 November 1994 – 4 May 1995
ChancellorFranz Vranitzky
Preceded byRudolf Scholten
Succeeded byElisabeth Gehrer
Minister of Science and Research
In office
24 April 1989 – 29 November 1994
ChancellorFranz Vranitzky
Preceded byHans Tuppy
Succeeded byRudolf Scholten
Personal details
Born(1941-03-25)25 March 1941
Vienna, Austria
Died13 March 2022(2022-03-13) (aged 80)
Political partyPeople's Party
Alma materUniversity of Vienna

Erhard Busek (25 March 1941 – 13 March 2022) was an Austrian politician. He was an important member of the People's Party.[1] Busek was chief of the party and Vice-Chancellor of Austria in the coalition of the Social Democratic Party of Austria with the People's Party between 1991 to 1995.

References[change | change source]

  1. James M. Markham (12 June 1986), Waldheim Pledges Fight Against Bias The New York Times.