Cornelia Lüddemann has been a member of the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen party in the state parliament of Saxony-Anhalt since 2011. Above all, she fights for nature conservation.
Magdeburg – Cornelia Lüddemann (* May 11th, 1968) has been a member of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen for almost 30 years. After she was active for the Greens in the district executive committee of her hometown Dessau, she moved into the state parliament of Saxony-Anhalt in 2011 for the party. At the Green Party conference in 2020, Lüddemann was then elected as the top candidate for the upcoming state elections in June 2021.
As a politician, Lüddemann is particularly committed to nature conservation and the fight against climate change, but the fight against the law and the issue of mobility are also very important to her.
Cornelia Lüddemann – The beginning of her political commitment
Cornelia Lüddemann was born in Dessau in 1968 and spent her childhood and youth in the former GDR. After graduating from high school in 1986, Lüddemann began training as a skilled worker in a library. During this time, the later Green politician became politically active for the first time and joined the New Forum in 1989.
The New Forum was a civil rights movement that fought peacefully for the end of the GDR and played a major role in German reunification. From parts of this new forum, the Bündnis 90 developed after the fall of the Wall, which merged with the Greens to form the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen party.
Cornelia Lüddemann – The entry into the party Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen
After the fall of the Berlin Wall and German reunification, Cornelia Lüddemann joined the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen party in 1992. For the Greens she was active in the state executive committee of the party in Saxony-Anhalt from 1997 to 2001 and in the district executive committee in Dessau from 2000 to 2006. Parallel to this political commitment, Lüddemann headed the constituency office of the former Green member of the Bundestag Steffi Lemke (born January 19, 1968) in Dessau between 1994 and 2001.
In addition, from October 1991 Lüddemann studied educational sciences at the University of Halle-Wittenberg with a focus on social work and psychology with a focus on women’s studies. She completed her studies in 1997 with a diploma. After completing this degree, Lüddemann worked from 2001 to 2011 as managing director in the State Women’s Council of Saxony-Anhalt and from 2010 to 2011 as federal managing director in the Federal Association of Sociocultural Centers e. V.
Cornelia Lüddemann – The entry into the state parliament in Saxony-Anhalt
In the run-up to the 2011 state elections in Saxony-Anhalt, Cornelia Lüddemann was placed third on the state list by the Greens. In the subsequent elections on March 20, 2011, in which the Greens received 7.1 percent of the vote, they entered the state parliament of Saxony-Anhalt for the first time via this list. Almost five years later, in the state elections in Saxony-Anhalt on March 13, 2016, Lüddemann was elected to the state parliament for the second time. However, her party received only 5.2 percent of the vote in these elections, 1.9 percent less than in 2011.
During her time in the state parliament, Cornelia Lüddemann was also active on the city council of Dessau-Roßlau from 2014 to 2015. In addition, Lüddemann was state chairman of the Greens in Saxony-Anhalt from 2011 to 2016. In 2016, the politician was also elected parliamentary group leader of her party in the state parliament.
Cornelia Lüddemann – top candidate for the upcoming state election
State elections are due again in Saxony-Anhalt on June 6, 2021. In the run-up to these state elections, the election of the party’s top candidate took place on September 5, 2020 in Halle at the state party conference of the Greens. Cornelia Lüddemann received 85.19 percent of the votes in these elections at the party congress and was thus elected as the new top candidate of the Greens. As a result, Lüddemann, first placed on the Greens’ party list, will most likely become an MdL of Saxony-Anhalt for the third time in a row in the summer of 2021.
Cornelia Lüddemann – This is how the MP fights for climate protection
With her politics, Cornelia Lüddemann fights very much for the protection of the natural foundations of life, as these are important for survival. Climate protection in particular is therefore an important issue for the politician, as only through climate protection can the natural foundations of life be protected. Lüddemann advocates the following points:
- A conscious use of the natural and finite resources on our earth
- An ecological forest conversion
- A higher appreciation of food, trees, forests and animals
- An expansion of organic farming
- Protecting biodiversity
- Protection from insects
- The promotion of renewable energies
- Climate grants and sustainability bonuses
Cornelia Lüddemann – Further political content
Cornelia Lüddemann is also repeatedly involved in the fight against the law. Among other things, she declares that there can be no dialogue with Nazis and that democracy and the rule of law must be defended again and again. In addition, the politician reminds again and again that the social threat posed by right-wing extremism must be fought consistently.
In addition to the fight for climate protection and against the law, the issue of mobility is also important for Cornelia Lüddemann. For example, cyclists and pedestrians should be given the same rights as motorists. Cargo bikes and local public transport should also be promoted so that the car becomes less important, which in turn leads to an improvement in air quality. The politician is also committed to digitization. Lüddemann often uses social networks such as Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to disseminate her various political content or to give an insight into her political life. Information about Cornelia Lüddemann can also be found in the press releases on her website.
Cornelia Lüddemann – Your experiences on practical days
Cornelia Lüddemann regularly publishes reports on various practice days on her official website. She completed these practical days because, in her opinion, politics could not only be carried out from a desk and not only on the basis of files. Among other things, Lüddemann completed a practical day in a zoo, in a biosphere reserve, with the police, the garbage disposal or a rescue team.
Cornelia Lüddemann – your private life and contact with the Green politician
Cornelia Lüddemann has one child and is divorced from her husband. In her free time, she says she enjoys cycling, paddling, going to the theater and cinema or reading.
The easiest way to contact Cornelia Lüddemann is via the politician’s official website. A contact form can be found there under the “Contact” tab, via which a message is sent to Lüddemann. The address and contact options for Cornelia Lüddemann’s regional office in Dessau are also available at the same location.
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