Andreas Fischer (politician) - Andreas Fischer (Politiker)

Andreas Fischer, speech at Bayer. State Parliament (Feb. 2012)

Andreas Fischer (born April 11, 1966 in Nuremberg ) is a German politician ( FDP until 2014, then non-party, since November 2020 Stadt-Land-Union).

Personal biography

After attending elementary school and high school in Burglengenfeld and completing military service, he studied law in Freiburg and Munich from 1986 to 1991 . After a legal clerkship in Memmingen, Aichach and Munich , he did his doctorate in Munich on the subject of "Artistic freedom and criminal law". In 1995, Fischer was Councilor at the Bavarian State Ministry of Finance , 1995-1997 research assistant at the University of Munich and from 1997 to 1999 Judge at the Administrative Court of Munich . In 2016 he became a judge at the Regensburg Administrative Court . [1]

From 1999 to 2009, Fischer was Head of the Public Safety and Order Department at the District Office of the Kelheim District . He is married and now lives in Abensberg .

Political career

Fischer joined the FDP in 1985 ; a year later he became a member of the Young Liberals . From 1987 to 1988 he was the state chairman of the Liberal University Groups in Baden-Württemberg . In 2001 Fischer became deputy chairman of the FDP district association in Kelheim, and in 2002 district chairman of the Lower Bavarian FDP. In the same year he was also elected to the state executive committee of the Bavarian FDP. Since 2004, Fischer has been the spokesman for judicial policy of the Bavarian FDP , and since February 2007 also deputy state chairman. He headed the FDP state committee for domestic and legal policy.

In both 2003 and 2008, Fischer was the top candidate of the Lower Bavarian FDP in the election for the Bavarian state parliament . While the FDP failed to pass the 5 percent hurdle in 2003, Fischer succeeded in entering the state parliament on the list in the 2008 state elections . Although he was also a direct candidate in the Kelheim district , he was defeated here against Martin Neumeyer of the CSU , but entered the state parliament via the Lower Bavaria district list . Here he was elected deputy group leader.

He was a member of the following bodies of the Bavarian State Parliament:

  • Committee on Constitution, Legal Affairs, Parliamentary Affairs and Consumer Protection
  • Committee on Local Affairs and Internal Security
  • Parliamentary control body
  • Judges Election Commission
  • Data Protection Commission

After the FDP was unable to overcome the 5 percent hurdle in the state elections in Bavaria in 2013 , he left the state parliament. On December 14, 2014, Andreas Fischer announced his resignation from the FDP via the media. He expressed particular criticism of the Bavarian referendum initiated by the FDP Bayern "For an independent judiciary in Bavaria". In this article he stated that he would "temporarily" continue the district council mandate that he had won as the top candidate of the FDP in Kelheim "as a non-party district councilor". [2] In November 2020, Fischer switched to the Stadt-Land-Union (SLU) operating in the Kelheim district . [3]

Weblinks

Commons : Andreas Fischer - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Kelheim: Andreas Fischer changes to the SLU. Retrieved November 22, 2020 .
  2. ^ Walter Dennstedt: Dr. Andreas Fischer resigns from the FDP. The former MP settles accounts with the liberals in federal and state. He remains in the Kelheim district assembly - initially independent. In: Mittelbayerische Zeitung online. Mittelbayerischer Verlag KG, December 14, 2014, accessed on December 15, 2014 : “Dr. Andreas Fischer announced his departure from the FDP on Sunday afternoon. ... Dr. Fischer announces that he wants to remain a member of the district council. There he will continue his work 'for the time being' as a non-party district councilor. "
  3. Kelheim: Andreas Fischer changes to the SLU. Retrieved November 22, 2020 .