Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Germany (DDR) Parties

Also see East Germany Ministers

1948-53 Member of the Politburo of Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED) Edith Baumann
Married to Erich Honecker 1947-53, who later became Head of State and Leader of the governing SED for many years. She lived (1909-73)

1950-53 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Demokratische Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD) Erna Schäfer

1953-57 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Demokratische Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD) Edith Brandt

1957-84 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Demokratische Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD) Käthe Kern
Member of the State Assembly of Sachsen-Anhalt 1946-50, Member of the People's Council (
Deutschen Volksrates) in 1948 and 1949, Member of the People's Chamber 1949-85. She lived (1900-85)

1963-89 Candidate Member of the Politbüro of Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED) Margrete Müller
Member of the Volkskammer 1963-89 and the Council of State 1971-89. (b. 1931-)


1973-89 Candidate member of the Pulitbureau of the Communist Party Ingeburg Lange
Member of the Volkskammer 1963-89, Party Secretary of Women's Affairs 1983-89. (b. 1927-).

1976-89 Deputy Faction Chairperson of Liberaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands, LDPD, (Liberal Democratic Party of Germany) Rosel Walter

1978-81 Chairperson of CDU in East Berlin Ursula Raurin-Kutzner

1984-90 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Demokratische Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD) Eva Rohmann

1989-90 Chairperson of Die Grüne Marianne Dörfler

1989-90 Chairperson of SPD in East Berlin Anne C. Hauchl

1990 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Demokratische Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD) Hannelore Hauschild

1990 Chairperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED) Käte Niederkirchner

1990 Spokesperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Fraktion of Bündnis 90/Grüne Marianne Birthler

1990 Spokesperson of the Parliamentary Faction of Fraktion of Bündnis 90/Grüne Vera Wollenberger
After her divorce she resumed her original surname, Lengsfeld. After the reunification she was Member of the Federal Assembly until 2005 in the later years as member of CDU.

 

 

Last update 22.10.08