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Stoiber, Edmund

Born: 1941 AD
Currently alive, at 77 years of age.
2.5 (49.23%) 13 votes

1941 – Edmund Stoiber, born on the 28th of September in Oberaudorf in the district of Rosenheim, Bavaria. He is a German politician, currently minister-president of the state of Bavaria and chairman of the Christian Social Union (CSU).

1961 – Attended the Ignaz-Günther-Gymnasium in Rosenheim, where he received his Abitur (high school diploma).

1962 – Following his military service, he studied political science and then, in the fall in Munich, law.

1967 – He passed the state law exam and then worked at the University of Regensburg in criminal law and Eastern European law.

1971 – He was awarded a doctorate of jurisprudence, and then passed the second state examination with distinction.

1974 – Entered politics and serving in the Bavarian parliament, he was a lawyer and worked at the University of Regensburg.

1978 – 1983 – Elected secretary general of the CSU.

1982 – 1988 – He served as deputy to the Bavarian secretary of the state and then as minister of state.

1988 – 1993 – He served as Minister of the Interior.

1993 – In May, the Bavarian Landtag (parliament) elected him as minister-president succeeding Max Streibl.

1998 – He also succeeded Theo Waigel as chairman of the CSU.

2002 – Politically out-maneuvered the leader of the CDU, Angela Merkel and was elected the CDU/CSU’s candidate for the office of chancellor, challenging Gerhard Schröder.

2005 – He was slated to join Angela Merkel’s cabinet as Economics minister.

2007 – He announced his decision to stand down from the posts of minister-president and party chairman by September, after having been under fire in his own party for weeks.

2.5 (49.23%) 13 votes