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CDU politician Lautenschläger becomes new DKV board member
The CDU politician Silke Lautenschläger will become a member of the board of private health insurance DKV, Deutsche Krankenversicherung, from January 1, 2011. Previously, the politician was Hessian Minister of Environment and Consumer Affairs under the Roland Koch government. The politician left the state government at her own request in August.
The former Hessian Minister of Environment and Consumer Affairs Silke Lautenschläger will resign from her state parliament and become a member of the board of private health insurance DKV, Deutsche Krankenversicherung, on January 1, 2011. The 42-year-old is supposed to take over the “Performance and Care” department on the board.
From 2001 to 2009 Silke Lautenschläger was responsible for health, among other things, as state minister for social affairs, then for environment, energy, agriculture and consumer protection. At his own request, Lautenschläger left the Hesse state government in August. In addition, today she wants to resign from the state parliament at the end of the day. "A state mandate is incompatible with my role as a board member of a large German private health insurance company - and I understand that it is right to resign from the mandate immediately," said Silke Lautenschläger on September 30, 2010 in Wiesbaden.
With the former minister, the new board of the DKV is now complete. CEO Günter Dibbern will retire at the end of the year. Clemens Muth will succeed him, who will take over the DAK board. (sb, DKV, 04.10.2010)