Friedel Grützmacher

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Elfriede "Friedel" Grützmacher (born 3 August 1942 in Leer, Lower Saxony) is a German politician from East Frisia and member of the German Green party.[1]

Originally a teacher in Wörth in Rhineland-Palatinate, she joined the Green Party in the 1980s, and served as an elected Member of the Rhineland-Palatinate Landtag between 1991 and 2006. She was the leader of her party group in the Landtag from 1993 to 1996, deputy leader from 1996-2001, and was Vice President of the Landtag from 2001 until 2006. She served on the Committees for Justice and Internal Affairs and the Penal Justice Commission. Prior to 1996, she had been responsible for educational policy.

References

  1. (4 October 2002) German legislators review plans, Cape Cod Times, Retrieved November 10, 2010 ("Friedel Grutzmacher, a member of Germany's Green Party ....")