Helmut Lamp

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Helmut Lamp on an event poster of the CDU parliamentary group in the Hessian state parliament

Helmut Lamp (* 3 July 1946 in Schönberg, district of Plön) is a German politician (CDU).

Life and profession

After graduating from secondary school, Lamp completed an agricultural apprenticeship and has been working as a farmer ever since. He is chairman of the board of the Bundesverband BioEnergie e.V. (BBE).

Helmut Lamp is married and has three children.


Helmut Lamp was a member of the German Bundestag for the first time from 1990 to 1998. On 28 March 2000 he succeeded the deceased MP Gert Willner in the Bundestag, where he remained until the end of the 14th legislative period in 2002. As a successor for the departed deputy Angelika Volquartz he moved on 18 June 2003 again in the Bundestag and was again until the end of the 15th term 2005 member of the Bundestag. In the 16th legislative period until 2009, Lamp was again a substitute since 20 December 2007, this time for the resigned MP Carl-Eduard von Bismarck.

Helmut Lamp entered the Bundestag in 1990 and 1994 as a directly elected Member of Parliament for the electoral district of Plön – Neumünster and as a successor in accordance with the electoral law via the state list of Schleswig-Holstein.

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