Heinrich Franke

Heinrich Franke (* 26. January 1928; † 26. June 2004 in Nuremberg) was a German politician (CDU).

He was from 1982 to 1984 parliamentary undersecretary of state with the Federal Minister for work and social order and from 1984 to 1993 president of the Federal Institution for work.

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training and occupation

Franke was an engineer for weak current technology.

delegates

from 1955 to 1965 it belonged to the federal state parliament of Lower Saxony .

From 1965 to its mandate resignation to 9. April 1984 was Franke member of the German federal daily. Here it was from 1976 to 1980 chairman of the working group social and social policy and from 1980 to 1982 chairman of the working group work and social of the CDU CSU - Bundestag faction.

Heinrich Franke always drew Lower Saxony over the national list into the Bundestag.

public offices

to 4. October 1982 was appointed Franke as a parliamentary undersecretary of state during the Federal Minister for work and social order into the Federal Government led of Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl. To 30. March 1984 it separated from the office and was following until 1993 president of the Federal Institution for work.

see also

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