Jens Seipenbusch

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Jens Seipenbusch
Jens Seipenbusch Porträt 2009.jpg
Personal details
Born51 years, 124 days
Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia
Nationality Germany
Political partyPirate Party Germany
Alma materUniversity of Münster

Jens Seipenbusch (born 6 August 1968[1]) is a German politician and physicist. He was leader of the Pirate Party of Germany.

Seipenbusch was a founding member of his party. He studied physics at the University of Münster.[2] He was first elected party leader in May 2007. In May 2008 he became deputy leader for one year, before he became re-elected leader of the party in July 2009, and once more in May 2010. In May 2011, Sebastian Nerz became leader of the party.

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  1. Jens Seipenbusch at
  2. (German) Jens Seipenbusch (Vorsitzender), German Pirate Party's website, German Pirate Party's website

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