Heinz Schleusser

Heinz Schleusser (* 20. April 1936 in upper living; † 12. July 2000 in upper living) was a German trade unionist and politician (SPD).

He worked from 1954 to 1963 as a plant fitter in the metallurgical plant upper living. With the industrial union metal was it from 1969 to 1987 of first authorized persons and managing directors.

Schleusser was selected 1957 member of the SPD and 1975 into the federal state parliament by North Rhine-Westphalia, where he was from 1981 to 1988 relating to financial policy speaker of the Social Democrats.

By August 1988 until January 2000 he officiated as a Minister of Finance of the country. As consequence of the Montankrise in the Ruhr district the debts of the country on nearly 150 billion DM increased during its term of office.

Schleusser was besides supervisory board of the Thyssen AG and belonged to the board of directors of the WestLB .

After it the yachting port at the Rhine Herne channel in upper living was designated.

See also: Cabinet Rau III - cabinet Rau IV - cabinet Rau V - cabinet Clement I


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