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Marc FISCHBACH is a Luxembourgish politician belonging to the Christian Social People's Party. From 1979 until 1984, Fischbach was a Member of the European Parliament. He served as Minister for Defence and Minister for the Police Force between 20 July 1984 and 14 July 1989, before transferring to become Minister for Justice until 30 January 1998, when he resigned from the government.

Background

Fischbach, Marc was born on February 22, 1946 in Luxembourg. Son of Marcel and Marie-Ange (Wagener) Fischbach.

Education

Athaenaeum, Luxembourg (Law, Philosophy and Arts Division). Studies at Faculty of Law, Nancy. Notary’s examination.

Career

Member of the firm Tony Biever, Luxembourg, 1969-1974. Secretary general Christian-Social Parliamentarian Group, 1972-1979. Member Luxembourg City Town Council, 1982.

Notary, Mersch, Luxembourg, 1982. Member National and European Parliament, 1979-1984. Minister public force, sports, agriculture, 1984-1989, Minister public services, 1989-1994, Minister of national education justice public services, 1994, Minister budget & parliamentary relations, Minister of justice.

Politics

chréstlech Sozial Vollekspartei-Parti Chrétien Social (CSV-PCS, Christian Social Party)

Connections

Married Sylvie Zenner, July 26, 1975. 3 children.

father:
Marcel Fischbach

mother:
Marie-Ange (Wagener) Fischbach

spouse:
Sylvie Zenner