Otto Schefbeck – Wikipedia

Otto Schefbeck (Born September 25, 1900 in Straubing; † April 10, 1972) was a German lawyer and politician of the CSU. He was a member of the Bavarian state parliament in his first electoral term after the Second World War.

Schefbeck studied law and political science in Munich and Tübingen, and in 1927 he took the state examination for higher judicial and administrative service. Thereupon was employed at the Bayerische Landessiedlung, a subdivision of the Bavarian State Ministry for Agriculture. In October 1930 he started his own business as a lawyer in Munich. He also made some trips abroad.

In 1945 Schefbeck participated in the founding of the CSU. When it was founded, he was a member of the provisional state committee there, and from 1948 to 1951 he was a member of the CSU state executive committee. In 1946 he was appointed to the state constitutional assembly. In the same year he was elected to the Bavarian state parliament. As a secretary he belonged to the Presidium of the State Parliament, he was also chairman of the economic committee and the special committee for the conclusion of the denazification. After the end of the electoral term, Schefbeck left the state parliament in 1950.

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