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Sabine Lösing

Sabine Lösing is a German politician (Die Linke). Since July 2009 she has been a member of the European Parliament. Sabine Lösing participated in CIS-EMO observation mission in Russia in 2009.

After starting 1973 in the students and apprentices movement was active, Lösing 1975 took a degree in social science, art history and economics at Göttingen, where she graduated in 1985 with a degree in sociology and economics. Since then, she worked as a social worker, and after additional training as a social therapist. Since 1975, engaged in various Lösing außerparlamtarischen projects since 2001 with Attac. In 2004 she was one of the founding members of WASG who served on the National Executive of the party. Since 2008 Lösing is a member of the national leadership of the Left Party and responsible for health policy. She works in the intraparty flow "Anti-Capitalist Left" and thus belongs to the left wing of the party.

In the 2009 European election candidate Lösing to number 7 in the list of the Left Party, which represents a 7.5% share of the vote of eight deputies in the European Parliament. Lösing is full member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament.