|Alexander Dobrindt (2012)|
|Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure|
17 December 2013
|Preceded by||Peter Ramsauer|
|Executive Secretary of the C.S.U.
|Political party||Christian Social Union of Bavaria|
|Alma mater||Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich|
Alexander Dobrindt (born June 7, 1970 in Peißenberg, Bavaria) is a German politician who has been the Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure since 2013. Previously, he was the Executive Secretary of the Christian Social Union of Bavaria from 2009.
Dobrindt graduated from the Weilheim Highschool in 1989 and continued his studies in the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich finishing with a Master of Arts in Sociology in 1995. After obtaining his degree, he worked in an engineering company as a Financial Director from 1996 to 2001 and as a Managing Director from 2001 to 2005.
He joined the Junge Union (Junior party of the C.S.U.) in 1986 and 4 years later the Christian Social Union of Bavaria. He has been a member of the German National Parliament (Bundestag) since 2002 that he won the direct mandate in the Parliamentary Constituency of Weilheim gathering the 59,4% of the votes. Since 2009, he serves as the District-Chairman of the C.S.U. Weilheim-Schongau.
Alexander Dobrindt has been married since 2006.
- Official Website of M.P. Alexander Dobrindt (German)
- M.P.Alexander Dobrindt in the Official Website of the German Parliament (German)
- Interview of M.P. Alexander Dobrindt in Abendblatt (German)
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