Jakob Mierscheid

Nature: Politician


Info: A west german politician, where he is heading a comitee for large and small bussnesses, and have received a medal of service to the party.

According to his official biography, he was born in Morbach/Hunsrück, a very rural constituency in Rhineland-Palatinate. He is Catholic and a member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. The official biography of the German parliament lists him as a member of the Trade Union of Peasants and Lumber Jacks, member of the Sport Friends Club (treasurer 1977-1982), honorary member of the Choral Society of the Trade Union for Wood and Plastics Workers. In 1967–68 he wrote a four-part series about the "travel routes of the ring-tailed wood pigeons and its avionics" in the Central Journal of the Carrier Pigeon Breeder Association, reprinted 1969 in the Swiss-confederate journal "Homing Pigeon Correspondences".

He entered the parliament in 1979. He spent time as deputy chairman of the Mittelstandsausschuß1 of the Bundestag in 1981 and 1982. His activities continued with an article in Vorwärts titled "The Solution: More market than corruption" published on 12 January 1985, and in 1993 he authored "Ecological data on the CFC replacement R134a" for the third Höchst Stone Louse Symposium in Frankfurt. Dietrich Sperling and Friedhelm Wollner published "Jakob Mierscheid, Notes on the Life of a Member of Parliament: a Political Holography" in 1998.

On 11th December 2004, Mierscheid celebrated his 25th anniversary as member of the Bundestag. On the 1st of March 2013, the President of the German Bundestag, Mr. Norbert Lammert, said an official congratulation on occasion of Mierscheid's birthday.

Jacob, Friedrich Nagelmann (lawyer) and Edmund F. Dräcker (diplomat) came to Prague to be consultants for the Election project as experts on handling public opinion. The first meeting with them was less than ideal since they had been left in the rain for quite some time due to sabotage by Applied solutions.

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