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|Wolfgang Bosbach (2012)|
|Member of the Bundestag|
11 June 1952 |
|Political party||Christian Democratic Union (CDU)|
|Alma mater||University of Cologne|
Wolfgang Bosbach (born 11 June 1952 in Bergisch Gladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a German politician and member of the conservative party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), which he joined in 1972. A lawyer by profession, Bosbach is a partner at Winter, Jansen & Lamsfuß in Bergisch Gladbach.
In August 2011, Bosbach became the first senior CDU MP to say he would not vote for legal changes to allow the European Financial Stability Facility to buy sovereign bonds on the market. He later criticized the permanent rescue mechanism – called European Stability Mechanism – was a step toward a European transfer union. In 2012, he told German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche that Greece should leave the euro region to overhaul its economy.
- 1. FC Köln, Member of the Advisory Board
- Deutsche Telekom, Member of the Data Privacy Advisory Board
- Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future", Member of the Board of Trustees (2000-2006)
- Securitas Deutschland, Member of the Supervisory Board (1998-2002)
- Signal Iduna Allgemeine Versicherung, Member of the Supervisory Board
- Ursula Lübbe Foundation, Member of the Board of Trustees (2005-2009)
- ZDF, Member of the Television Board
- Official website (German)
- Gerrit Wiesmann (August 30, 2011), Merkel fights back over Greek bail-out Financial Times.
- Annette Weisbach (June 28, 2012), Germany’s Bosbach Says ESM Is Step to Transfer Union, RP Says Bloomberg News.
- Jana Randow (May 19, 2012), Germany’s Bosbach Says Greece Should Leave Euro Area, WiWo Says Bloomberg News.
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