Dieter Reiter (born 19 May 1958 in Rain, Swabia) is a German politician and the current mayor of Munich, the capital of the state of Bavaria. He is a member of the Social Democratic Party.
1 Career 2 Other activities 3 Personal life 4 References
Career Reiter studied at the Fachhochschule für öffentliche Verwaltung und Rechtspflege in Hof, where he finished 1981. On the 30. March 2014 he was voted with 56.7% of votes Lord Mayor of Munich. He succeeded Christian Ude, Lord Mayor from 1993-2014. Reiter was a SPD delegate to the Federal Convention for the purpose of electing the President of Germany in 2017. Other activities
Stadtwerke München (SWM), Ex-Officio Chairman of the Supervisory Board Munich Airport, Ex-Officio Member of the Supervisory Board Messe München, Ex-Officio Member of the Supervisory Board Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Member of the Board of Trustees Technische Universität München, Member of the Board of Trustees Deutsches Museum, Member of the Board of Trustees Ifo Institute for Economic Research, Member of the Board of Trustees ver.di, Member
Personal life Reiter has been married twice, and is the father of a son from his first marriage. His second wife, Petra, has two children of her own from a previous relationship. References
^ "Munich elects new centre-left mayor". The Local. 31 March 2014. Retrieved 4 May 2014. ^ Mitglieder bzw. Ersatzmitglieder der 16. Bundesversammlung Landtag of Bavaria, press release of 22 November 2016. ^ Board of Trustees Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. ^ Board of Trustees Ifo Institute for Economic Research.
Preceded by Christian Ude Mayor of Munich 2014–present Succeeded by Incumbent
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Franz Paul von Mittermayr Josef von Teng Jakob Bauer Kaspar von Steinsdorf Alois von Erhardt Johannes von Widenmayer Wilhelm Georg von Borscht
Eduard Schmid Karl Scharnagl
Karl Scharnagl Thomas Wimmer Hans-Jochen Vogel Georg Kronawitter Erich Kiesl Georg Kronawitter Christian Ude Dieter Reiter
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