Anne Glesener

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Anne Glesener is parliamentary staff member at DP group.

Anne, what surprised you most when you joined the DP group?

If one comes from the deep red Minett region, one often associates the DP with tough, capitalist ideologies. Surprisingly, this prejudice was not confirmed.

If you could implement a political idea right away, which one would it be?

A compulsory first-aid course at school, because I find it extremely important that everyone learns the basics.

What has been your proudest moment in the DP group so far?

Hearing the first speech in Parliament that I co-wrote.



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