Gerard Batliner

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Gerard Batliner
Prime Minister of Liechtenstein
In office
16 July 1962 – 18 March 1970
Monarch Franz Joseph II
Preceded by Alexander Frick
Succeeded by Alfred Hilbe
Personal details
Born 9 December 1928
Eschen, Liechtenstein
Died 25 June 2008
Eschen, Liechtenstein
Political party Progressive Citizens' Party

Gerard Batliner (9 December 1928 – 25 June 2008) was a political figure from Liechtenstein.

He was born in Eschen, Liechtenstein. He studied law at the University of Fribourg and was a attorney-at-law.

Prime Minister of Liechtenstein[edit]

Batliner was Head of Government (Regierungschef) of Liechtenstein (1962–1970).

Other roles[edit]

Batliner presided over the Liechtenstein parliament (1974–1978) and was a member of the European Commission on Human Rights (1983–1990).

He received honorary degrees from the University of Basel and Innsbruck. He died in Eschen.[citation needed]

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Preceded by
Alexander Frick
Head of Government of Liechtenstein
1962–1970
Succeeded by
Alfred Hilbe