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Early life and education
A former teacher, local politician, and a member of government (Staatssekretärin) since February 2003, Haubner was appointed federal minister of social affairs in January 2005, succeeding Herbert Haupt, whom she had already followed as party chairperson in June 2004.
She joined her brother Jörg Haider when he decided to split from the Freedom Party to create the Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZÖ). She served as a Member of the Austrian Parliament for the party until 2013.
Haubner is married and has two daughters and five grandchildren.
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2004 – 2005
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