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Matthias Bartke Bartke has been a Member of the German Bundestag since the 2013 federal elections, after winning in the electoral district of Altona, Hamburg with 34,9% of the first votes. He has since been serving on the Committee for Labour and Social Affairs, with a main focus on labour and disability policy. He is also a member of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Consumer Protection. and a substitute member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Since January 2016 Bartke is a member of the parliament’s Council of Elders and of the Committee for the Scrutiny of Elections, Immunity and the Rules of Procedure.
Matthias Bartke Matthias Bartke (born 16 January 1959) is a German politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). He was elected a member of the German parliament (Bundestag) in the federal election of 2013. Since January 2016 he is the legal advisor and thus a member of the Board of Managing Directors of the SPD-Parliamentary Group.
Matthias Bartke Until 2014 he was the board chairman of the Foundation Lawaetz.
Matthias Bartke In 1991 he entered the civil service in Hamburg. He had various executive positions at the Social Security Office of Hamburg at the department for Labour and Social affairs, Family and Integration. After the Hamburg state election of 2011, he was the office manager of Senator for Social Affairs, Detlef Scheele. From January 1, 2013 until his election as a Member of the German Bundestag Bartke was the manager of the legal department of the Social Security Office of Hamburg.
Matthias Bartke Bartke grew up in Fischerhude near Bremen. After his Abitur in 1978, he finished his military service in Rotenburg an der Wümme. He studied law in University of Hamburg (1981-1987). After that he worked as a lawyer in Altona, Hamburg. From 1987 till 1991 he was a research consultant at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy (IFSH) at the University of Hamburg. He holds a doctoral degree in law. He complete his PhD (Thesis: "Defence mission of the Bundeswehr: a constitutional law analysis" ("„Verteidigungsauftrag der Bundeswehr: eine verfassungsrechtliche Analyse“") in 1991.
Matthias Bartke Bartke has been a member of the SPD since 1978. He was an active member of the Jusos and a member of the district committee of Jusos in Altona. Bartke was a member of the district assembly of Altona, Hamburg from 1986 till 1989. He was then elected as the chairman of the SPD Altona North-District. In 1996 he was elected as a member of the SPD Altona-District Executive, where he served temporarily as Chairman in 2008. Bartke was a member of the SPD-state board between 2008 and 2010. He was the founder chairman of the consortium "Selbst aktiv" for people with disabilities in SPD Hamburg.
Matthias Bartke He is also the vice-chairman of the German-Japanese Parliamentary Friendship Group.
German submarine U-488 Its keel was laid down on 3 January 1942 by Germaniawerft in Kiel as yard number 557. It was launched on 17 October 1942 and commissioned on 1 February 1943, with "Leutnant zur See" Erwin Bartke in command. Bartke was promoted to "Oberleutnant zur See" by February 1944; he was relieved by "Oblt.z.S." Bruno Studt.
Scot Squad Series One was broadcast in 2014. It starred James Allenby-Kirk, Karen Bartke, Darren Connell, Jack Docherty, Chris Forbes, Grado, Sally Reid, Ashley Smith, M.L. Stone, Manjot Sumal, and Jordan Young, while Hullait acted as the narrator. Connell was nominated for 'Best Actor' at the 2015 BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards for his portrayal of Bobby Muir.
German submarine U-1106 She was ordered on 14 October 1941, and was laid down on 28 July 1943 at Nordseewerke, Emden, as yard number 228. She was launched on 26 May 1944 and commissioned under the command of "Oberleutnant zur See" Erwin Bartke on 5 July 1944.