Christine Margarete Anderson is a German politician who is serving as an Alternative for Germany Member of the European Parliament.
Es ist eine brandgefährliche Entwicklung: Kaum kündigt #Bundesbank-Präsident Jens #Weidmann seinen Rückzug an, gibt es Pläne, die Schuldenregeln des #Maastricht-Vertrags auszuhebeln. Der #Euro wird zur Weichwährung durch die windige Politik der #EZB! #ID https://t.co/4KF4MQASM5
— Christine Anderson (@AndersonAfDMdEP) October 28, 2021
Born in Eschwege, Anderson has three children and lives in Fulda. She lived in the United States for six years, where she studied economics and worked for a US trading company.
In 2013 she became a member of Alternative für Deutschland. From 2016 to 2018 Anderson was parliamentary group leader of the AfD in the Limburg-Weilburg district assembly. In May 2019 she was elected to the European Parliament. Before the election, she stated her goal was to “lead Germany out of this EU nightmare”.
In the European Parliament, she is a member of the Committee on Culture and Education, the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality and the Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in the Digital Age, as well as a deputy in the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection.
Christine Anderson was born on July 29, 1968 in Eschwege. She has a high school diploma, completed business training and studied economics in the USA. In the USA she worked for a national trading company. The mother of three and housewife lives in a community in Limburg-Weilburg. Christine Anderson has been a member of the AfD since May 2013 and has been parliamentary group leader in the Limburg-Weilburg district council since 2016. She sees her political focus in strengthening democracy and the rule of law, women’s rights and the fight against a surveillance state.