Joschka Fischer

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Joschka Fischer
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Foreign Meenister o Germany
In office
27 October 1998 – 22 November 2005
Chancellor Gerhard Schröder
Precedit bi Klaus Kinkel
Succeeded by Frank-Walter Steinmeier
Vice Chancellor o Germany
In office
27 October 1998 – 22 November 2005
Chancellor Gerhard Schröder
Precedit bi Klaus Kinkel
Succeeded by Franz Müntefering
Meenister o Environment an Energy o Hesse
In office
12 December 1985 – 9 Februar 1987
Prime Meenister Holger Börner
Precedit bi new office
Succeeded by Armin Clauss (actin)
Karlheinz Weimar
In office
5 Aprile 1991 – 5 October 1994
Prime Meenister Hans Eichel
Precedit bi Karlheinz Weimar
Succeeded by Rupert von Plottnitz
Meenister o Affairs o German-State o Hesse
In office
5 Aprile 1991 – 5 October 1994
Prime Meenister Hans Eichel
Precedit bi Wolfgang Gerhardt (Agent o Federal Affairs)
Succeeded by Rupert von Plottnitz
Deputy Meenister-Preses o Hesse
In office
5 Aprile 1991 – 5 October 1994
Prime Meenister Hans Eichel
Precedit bi Wolfgang Gerhardt
Succeeded by Rupert von Plottnitz
Personal details
Born Aprile 12, 1948 (1948-04-12) (age 66)
Gerabronn, Baden-Württemberg, Banner o Wast Germany Wast Germany
Naitionality German
Poleetical pairty Alliance '90/The Greens

Joseph Martin "Joschka" Fischer (born Aprile 12, 1948) is a German politeecian o the Alliance '90/The Greens. He served as Foreign Meenister an Vice Chancellor o Germany in the cabinet o Gerhard Schröder frae 1998 tae 2005. Fischer haes been a leadin figure in the Wast German Greens syne the 1970s, an accordin tae opinion polls,[1] he wis the maist popular politeecian in Germany for maist o the government's duration. Follaein the September 2005 election, in which the Schröder govrenment wis defeatit, he left affice on November 22, 2005. In September 2010 he supportit the creation o the Spinelli Group, a europarliamentarian initiative foondit wi a view tae reinvigorate the strive for federalisation o the European Union.

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  1. "Weiterhin große Unzufriedenheit mit den Spitzenpolitikern" (in German). 4 July 2003. Retrieved 24 April 2008. [deid airtin]