Pirates Elected to Municipalities and Local Bodies [Pirate History]

Pirates Elected to Municipalities and Local Bodies [Pirate History]

We have already given you a list of Pirates who are representing voters in state, national and supranational parliaments and now we bring you those who are doing that same job in local bodies in towns and cities across many nations.

We have tried to be as accurate as possible but because of the many languages and varied legal systems errors can creep in. Also we were not always able to find a link to more information for every representative. So if you find an error, an omission or have a link for one of the Pirate representatives please let us know in the comments section or contact Andrew directly (see contact details below) so we can update the entries.

The full list will be maintained on this Pirate Times Page

Pirates Elected in Local councils and Municipalities

Austria 

  • Tyrol – Innsbruck  

Croatia

  • District Kolodvorsko/Sajmiste in the city of Samobor
  • Ivica Fulir, 
  • Dario Vidovic

 

France 

  •  Portes les Valences
    • Freddy Vasseur

Germany

Schleswig-Holstein   

  • Sylt
    • Christian Thiessen
  • Pinneberg
    • Sven Lange
  • Nordfriesland
    • Timo Ploog

Lower Saxony

  • Delmenhorst
    • Andreas Neugebauer
    • Florian Beyer

Bremen

Northrihne-Westfalia

  • Solingen
    • Gerd Paul Schlupp
  • Wuppertal
    • Oliver Graf
    • Gabriele Weingärtner
  • Velbert
    • Martin Schwarz
    • Martin Leonhardt
  • Gelsenkirchen
    • Jürgen Hansen
  • Kreis Lippe
    • Mirjam Sturman-Püttcher
    • Matthias Obenhaus
    • Christian Woelk
  • Herzogenrath (City council)
    • Kai Baumann
    • Stefan Kuklik
Hessen
  •  Südhessen
    • Kristof Zerbe
  • Landkreis Darmstadt-Dieburg
    • Markus Brechtel
  • Main-Kinzig-Kreis
    • Birgit Simon
    • Sören Siegismund-Poschmann
  • Landkreis Marburg-Biedenkopf
    • Jens Fricke
    • Dr. Michael Weber
    •  Sascha Klee (resigned 2012)
Rheinland-Pfalz
  • Mainz
    • Xander Dorn
  • Landkreis Altenkirchen
    • Hans-Peter König
Baden-Württemberg
  • Heidelberg
    • Alexander Schestag
  • Main-Tauber-Kreis
    • Rainer Nase

Bayern

Saarland

  • Landkreis Merzig-Wadern
  • Landkreis Saarlouis
    • Holger Gier

Berlin

Brandenburg

  • Frankfurt (Oder)
    • Steffen Kern
  • Landkreis Barnim
    • Ulf Markarski
  • Landkreis Havelland
    • Nicole Niemoth
  • Landkreis Spree-Neiße
    • Thomas Friedrich

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

  • Landkreis Ludwigslust-Parchim
    • Matthias Reimann
  • Landkreis Mecklenburgische Seenplatte
  • Landkreis Vorpommern-Greifswald

Saxony

Sachsen-Anhalt

  • Landkreis Stendal
    • Olaf Lincke
    • René Schernikau

Thüringen

  • Eisenach
    • Johannes Erich Quentel
  • Gera
    • Uwe Rüdiger
  • Jena
    • Prof. Dr. Clemens Beckstein
    • Dr. Heidrun Jänchen
  • Weimar
    • Thomas Brückner
  • Landkreis Gotha
    • Bernhard Koim
    • Enrico Stiller
    • Gerrit Walter Jeron
  • Landkreis Weimarer Land
    • Lutz Gundlach
 

Hamburg

 

Meklenburg Pommerania
  • Vorpommern-Rügen
    • André Bonitz (Mayor – not elected – changed party) May 2012

Iceland

 

 Netherlands

 

Spain

Catalonia 

  • Sant Fruitós de Bages 
    • Manoli Martín
  •  Santa Coloma de Gramanet
    • Aleix Madrid
 
 

Switzerland 

 

last update 07 December 2014 (missing Czech representatives added)
last update 09 December 2014 (missing North Rhine Westfalia representatives added)
last update 09 December 2014 (missing Catalonian representatives added) thanks Murial Roviva Esteva

Featured image CC BY-SA Frank Bürger

 

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I joined the Pirate Party of Lower Saxony in Germany in April 2012, once I found out that non citizens were welcome to join and become active members of the Party. I joined the Pirate Times soon after it was started as a proof reader and am now an editor and author. Since then I have returned to my native New Zealand and joined the Pirate Party of New Zealand. Politically I come from the libertarian left and have, up to now, not regarded any political party as having a solution for the democratic deficit that envelops the world. With the advent of the Pirate Party, which truly embraces grass roots democracy, I have found a political home. The Pirate Times is a way I can contribute to furthering the Pirate Movement around the world. Skype: frithogar

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