Gabriele Stauner

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Gabriele Stauner.

Gabriele Stauner (born April 22, 1948 in Wolfratshausen) is a German politician and a Member of the European Parliament. She is a member of the Christian Social Union of Bavaria, which is affiliated with the Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) and European Democrats in the European Parliament. She is a member of the Committee on Legal Affairs and a delegation to the EU-Armenia, EU-Azerbaijan and EU-Georgia Parliamentary Cooperation Committees. She is a substitute for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, the delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, and the delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee.

In 1972 Gabriele Stauner became qualified as an interpreter in English, French, and Russian. She took her first state law examination in 1977 and her second state law examination in 1979. In 1982 she received a doctorate in the field of law. She worked as a trainee lawyer from 1977 to 1979 and as a civil servant of the Free State of Bavaria from 1979 to 1987, and in 1990. From 1987 to 1990 she was an official of the foreign service of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Gabriele Stauner has been a member of the Upper Bavaria Christian Social Union district executive since 1995 and vice-chairman of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district executive of the Christian Social Union since 1999. In 2000 she became Land vice-chairman of the Christian-Social Workers' Organisation. In 1996 she became a member of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district council. She is also a lecturer at the University of Regensburg.

In 1999, Gabrielle Stauner became a member of the 5th European Parliament. During this time, she served on the Committee on Budgetary Control and the delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee. On January 18, 2006, Stauner became a member of the 6th European Parliament after Joachim Wuermeling had left to become State Secretary in the German Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology on December 18, 2005.

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