Hesse: Rhein wants to reorganize the Ministry of Justice

Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - The President of the State Court of Justice, Roman Poseck, is to become the new Minister of Justice in Hesse.

Hesse: Rhein wants to reorganize the Ministry of Justice

Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - The President of the State Court of Justice, Roman Poseck, is to become the new Minister of Justice in Hesse. The prerequisite is that the still incumbent President of the State Parliament, Boris Rhein (CDU), is elected as the new Prime Minister this Tuesday as planned. This was announced by the CDU parliamentary group in Wiesbaden on Monday evening after Rhein had informed them of his plans.

The 52-year-old Poseck is also President of the Frankfurt Higher Regional Court. He is to replace Eva Kühne-Hörmann. The 60-year-old CDU politician had been a member of the cabinet since 2009, initially as Minister of Science and since 2014 as Minister of Justice.

According to Rhein, the new state secretary in the Ministry of Justice is to be the 48-year-old lawyer Tanja Eichner, who currently works in the Ministry of the Interior and as a judge in Darmstadt and Frankfurt. In the Ministry of the Interior, Eichner was previously deputy head of the department for service law/collective bargaining law. She is to follow State Secretary for Justice Thomas Metz.

Michael Bußer is retiring after many years as government spokesman. According to the plans, Rhein's state parliament spokesman Tobias Rösmann (44) should take his place.

The Hessian state parliament will elect a new prime minister this Tuesday (from 1 p.m.) in Wiesbaden. Rhein is to be the successor to the long-standing Prime Minister Volker Bouffier (CDU). Since the governing coalition of the CDU and the Greens has a parliamentary majority of just one mandate, the election is being eagerly awaited.

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