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Examples of "klaeden"
Von Klaeden is Protestant and a member of the presidium of the Deutscher Evangelischer Kirchentag, a Protestant organisation. He is married and has three daughters.
On March 26, 2005 Eckart von Klaeden called for Joschka Fischer to tell the truth before the elections in North Rhine-Westphalia. The CDU/CSU tried to force a statement by Fischer.
Eckart Peter Hans von Klaeden (born 18 November 1965 in Hanover, Lower Saxony) is a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union, serving as Minister of State at the German Chancellery since 28 October 2009 (after the German federal election, September 2009, Angela Merkel formed a black-yellow coalition and her Cabinet Merkel II). Klaeden has been a Member of lower house of the German parliament, the Bundestag, since 1994, and has been spokesman for foreign policy of the CDU/CSU faction since 2005 and treasurer of the CDU since 2006.
On January 20, 2005 the first meeting of the Commission of Inquiry was held in the German Bundestag. This commission—a kind of judicial hearing—was set up with the votes of the opposition parties CDU and CSU. The CDU/CSU parliamentary group was represented by Eckart von Klaeden.
On 27 May 2013, von Klaeden informed the public that he will not run again for a seat in the Deutscher Bundestag in the German federal election, 2013 and that he will start a job at the Daimler AG, Stuttgart (Manager "Global External Affairs und Public Policy" - quasi 'chief lobbyist') at the end of 2013.
Eckart von Klaeden took his Abitur at the Emperor William Gymnasium in Hanover in 1985, served his military service from 1985 to 1987 and became a "Korvettenkapitän" (corvette captain) of the Reserves. He went on to study law at the universities of Würzburg and Göttingen, taking his first state exam in 1993 and his second in 1996.
On 5 October he took off a few minutes after the rest of the squadron. Before he could catch up, he saw twelve Bf 109s over Dungeness and launched a solo attack. He fired on the rear fighter, hit it then watched it crash in the sea. He then attacked a Henschel Hs 126 of 4 (H)/31 flying low over the water, finally bringing it down two miles from the French coast. Its pilot, "Leutnant" Klaeden, was taken prisoner.
In April 2005 the media reported that there were difficulties in 2004. Fischer claimed the difficulties were resolved in mid-2004. Eckart von Klaeden said on the main German television channel ZDF that the Commission of Inquiry wanted to investigate the differing statement of Fischer in March 2005. On April 21, the Commission of Inquiry heard Ludger Volmer and the State Secretary at the Foreign Office at the time, Gunter Pleuger. This Commission of Inquiry hearing (duration: more than 12 hours) was the first such hearing broadcast by television (and was watched by more than 400,000 people).
The main feature of the Atlantic Community is the Policy Workshop, where new commentary is published from think-tankers, journalists and decision makers working in subjects which are relevant to the transatlantic partners. Among contributors to the Workshops were Eckart von Klaeden, Minister of State at the German Chancellery, Karsten D. Voigt, the Coordinator for German-American Cooperation in the German Foreign Office, Julianne Smith of the American think tank CSIS, and current Chatham House director Robin Niblett. Members of the Atlantic Community then comment on these strategies and add their own ideas below the original article. The finished product, called an Executive Summary, is a one-page policy memo in PDF format that summarizes the netroots suggestions and discussion from the community.