Born on December 20, 1955, Martin Schulz is a German politician serving as the Leader of the Social Democratic Party of Germany since March 2017. Prior to this, he was President of the European Parliament from 2012 to 2017. For more information, read the article below.
Before Fame: He joined SPD and became involved with the Young Socialists at the age of 19.
Martin Schulz Parents/Ethnicity/Religion
Born in the village of Hehlrath, now a part of Eschweller, he is the son of Albert Schulz and Clara. He has four siblings. He is a catholic.
Martin Schulz Affair/Married/Wife
He is married to Igne Schulz and the couple has 2 children together. For more information, contact him on twitter.
Mit Lars Klingbeil haben wir den richtigen Generalsekretär zur richtigen Zeit. Ich gratuliere Dir zu Deiner Wahl, lieber Lars! Lass uns gemeinsam diese Partei erneuern. pic.twitter.com/PvLQihuKrX
— Martin Schulz (@MartinSchulz) December 8, 2017
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Martin Schulz
- Nicknames: Martin
- Birthday: December 20, 1955
- Age: 61 years old
- Birthplace: Hehlrath, Germany
- Current Residence: Germany
- Education: Heilig-Geist gymnasium
- Profession: Politician
- Nationality: German
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: Christian
- Zodiac: Sagittarius
- Spouse/Wife: Inge Schulz (m.1992)
- Children: 2
- Net Worth: Not Available
- Height: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
- Feet Size: Not Available
- Dress Size: Not Available
- Shoe Size: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- Having grown up in the border area between Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, Schulz has relatives in all three countries.
- He attended the Heilig-Geist (Holy Spirit) gymnasium, a private Roman Catholic school run by the Holy Ghost Fathers (or Spiritans), in Broich (now Würselen), a district of the town of Broichweiden, for nine years.
- From 1975 to 1977 he trained to be a bookseller.
- Schulz suffered from alcoholism and tried to commit suicide on 26 June 1980. After a successful rehab Schulz opened his own bookshop in Würselen in 1982.
At the end of the day, men like Donald Trump need to be given that which they themselves dispense: clear messages. I would confront him as clearly and explicitly as possible. It is not only the right, but also the duty, of the leader of a German government to do that.