Bodo Hombach

Bodo Hombach (* 19. August 1952 in Mülheim at the Ruhr) is a German politician.

The telecommunications technician (theory of 1967-1970 with the telecommunication office in Duisburg) Bodo Hombach studied social work on the professional school Duesseldorf from 1973 to 1978. He worked for those Trade union education and science, before it became from 1990 to 1998 for the SPD member in the North-Rhine/Westphalian federal state parliament. It was of 17. June 1998 to 27. October of 1998 national Ministers for economics and middle class, technology and traffic in North Rhine-Westphalia (cabinet Clement I).

In October 1998 Gerhard Schröder appointed it as a Federal Minister for special tasks and boss of the Office of the Federal Chancellor into its cabinet. After becoming known discrepancies with the financing of its home of one's own it withdrew 1999 and became in July 1999 „Special Coordinator OF the Stability Pact for South EastEurope “of NATO. Hombach left this post in December 2001.

Hombach is for February a 2002 Mit-Geschäftsführer of the WAZ - group of media.

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