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Angela Merkel
Die erste Kanzlerin,die erste ostdeutsche Ministerpraesident,und die jüngste Amtshaberin

I.Angela Merkels Leben vor 2005
Angela Dorothea Kasner ist im Jahre 1954 in Hamburg geboren.Kurz nach ihrer Geburt ist ihre Familie in die ehemalige DDR gezogen,da Frau Merkels Vater der evangelische Pastor eines kleinen Dorfes wurde.
Angela Merkel wurde im Jahre 1961 in Templin eingeschult, und legte ihren Abitur mit einem Notendurchschnitt 1,0 im Jahre 1973 ab.
Spaeter studierte sie Physik an der Uni Leipzig, und lernte ihren ersten Mann Ulrich Merkel kennen.Ab 1977 arbeitete sie für die Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR.
Als es im Jahre 1989 die politische Situation in Ostdeutschland friedlicher wurde,gründeten kirchliche Kraefte eine neue Partei,den Demokratischen Aufbruch ,wo Angela Merkel als Pressesprecherin arbeitete.Die Partei war eine oppositionelle Gruppierung, deren Hauptprogramm auf einem demokratischen Sozialismus gebaut wurde und hauptsächlich ökologische und soziale Fakten beinhaltete.Für den Parteivorsitzender wurde Wolfgang Schnur gewaehlt.Die Partei ist nächstes Jahr mit der Deutschen Sozialen Union (DSU) und mit der Christlich-Demokratischen Union (CDU-Ost) ins Wahlbündnis "Allianz für Deutschland" eingetreten, das mit knapp 50 % der Stimmen den Volkskammerwahlen gewonnen hat.Trotz dieses gemeinsamen Triumphes ist die politische Bedeutung des Demokratischen Aufbruchs niedrig geblieben, da kurz vor dem Wahl Wolfgang Schnur Vorsitzender als Mitarbeiter des MfS enttarnt geworden ist.Der DA ist noch im selben Jahr an dem 38.Bundesparteitag mit der CDU-Ost, und spaeter mit CDU-West fusioniert, wobei Angela Merkel eine der drei Delegierten des DA war.
Nachdem der Allianz für Deutschland in Koalition mit den Liberalen und mit den Sozialdemokraten und bildeten zusammen die erste frei gewaehlte Regierung der DDR.Für den Ministerpraesident…...

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