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TIỂU SỬ PHILIPP ROESLER
Philipp RöslerFormer Vice-Chancellor of Germany
Philipp Rösler is a German politician who was the Federal Minister of Economics and Technology and the Vice Chancellor of Germany from 2011 to 2013. He was also Chairman of the liberal Free Democratic Party from 2011 to 2013. Wikipedia
Previous offices: Vice-Chancellor of Germany (2011–2013),PHỎNG DỊCH1-Philipp Roesler,nguyên Phó Thủ Tướng Đức2-Philipp Roesler là chính trị gia Đức(gốc trẻ mồ côi VN được một gia đình Đức nuôi dưỡng) từng nắm chức Bộ Trưởng Kinh Tế/Kỹ Thuật và Phó Thủ Tướng Đức từ năm 2011 đến năm 2013.Ông ta cũng là Chủ Tịch Đảng chính trị có tên Đảng Dân Chu Tự Do từ năm 2011 đến năm 2013(tài liệu Bách Khoa Toàn Thư Mở Wikipedia)3-Sinh ngày 24 tháng Giêng năm 1973(42 tuổi) tại tỉnh Sóc Trăng Việt Nam4-Vợ tên Wiebke Rosler cưới năm 20025-Học vấn: Tốt nghiệp BS tại Trường Đại Học Y Khoa Hannover(1993-1999)6-Đảng viên(sau làm Thủ Lãnh) Đảng Dân CHủ Tự Do (Đức)7-Cha mẹ nuôi tên :Ô .Sigrid Roesle và Bà Uwe Roesler8-Chức vụ cũ :Phó Thủ Tướng CHLB Đức (2011-2013)PHỤ LỤC
Philipp Rösler: From Vietnamese orphanage to vice chancellor
Published: 10 May 2011 20:17 GMT+02:00
The 38-year-old, the youngest member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet, shot to fame when he first joined the top ranks of government as federal health minister in 2009.
Now he is line to become the official number two to Merkel as her government’s vice-chancellor, as long as his Free Democratic Party (FDP) confirms him as expected as its leader at a conference on Friday.
The FDP, the junior partner in the ruling coalition, chose Rösler on Tuesday to replace Rainer Brüderle as economy minister. Brüderle is to become his party’s leader in parliament.
A heart and chest surgeon by training, Rösler was adopted as a nine-month-old baby by a German couple from an Vietnamese orphanage. His exact date of birth is unknown, though officially listed as February 24.
He was brought up by his adoptive father, a career military officer, after the couple split when he was just four.
A Westerwelle protege, Roesler last year steered a disputed set of health reforms through the German parliament that increased the financial burden on patients in an attempt to address healthcare deficits.
Rösler joined the FDP in 1992 and was elected to the Lower Saxony regional parliament in 2003.
Appointed state economy minister in early 2009, Merkel brought him into the federal government after winning a second term in September that year.
Once asked by Stern magazine if he was bullied at school because he was Asian, Rösler replied tongue-in-cheek that bullies steered well clear “because people always think all Asians are karate experts.”