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1989 and EU-enlargement: Austria`s role in European politics

LSE European Institute – APCO Worldwide Perspectives on Europe Series

In spring 2010, Dr. Heinz Fischer was re-elected as Federal President of the Republic of Austria by popular vote for his second term. His political career includes Speaker of the Austrian Parliament from 1990-2002, various posts in the Austrian Social Democratic Party, the Party of European Socialists, MP as well as a ministerial post. President Fischer is also a professor of political science at Innsbruck University and has published widely including on legal issues.


Dr Heinz Fischer | talks


Date and Time:

29 November 2011 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



LSE Campus
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London School of Economics & Political Science
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