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Walter Grabher-Meyer (1943 – )

Member of the National Council (1979-1986)

FPÖ General Secretary (1982-1986)

 

Walter Grabher-Meyer was a Freedom Party member of the National Council and FPÖ general secretary.

Short biography

Walter Grabher-Meyer was born in Lustenau, Vorarlberg, on 2 February 1943. He completed an apprenticeship as a printer and later founded the embroidery business “Walter Grabher-Meyer” in Lustenau.

Grabher-Meyer was politically active at municipal level in Lustenau, where he was a municipal councillor for almost 10 years. He also served as a councillor in the Vorarlberg Chamber for Workers and Employees.

 

In 1975 he entered the National Council as an FPÖ MP. In 1982 he became FPÖ general secretary, a position he retained until 1986, when the Steger Era came to an end.

1969–1972

 

Councillor, Vorarlberg Chamber for Workers and Employees

1970–1979

Municipal Councillor, Lustenau

1979–1986

Member of the National Council

1982–1986

FPÖ General Secretary

1983–1986

Deputy Chairman of the FPÖ Parliamentary Party in the National Council

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