|Name Sebastian Gemkow||Role German Politician|
|Party Christian Democratic Union of Germany|
Sebastian Gemkow (born 27 July 1978) is a German lawyer and politician (CDU). Since 2009, he is a member of the Saxon State Parliament and at the same time the media-policy spokesperson for the CDU state parliamentary fraction.
From 1998 to 2004, Sebastian Gemkow studied legal science at the University of Leipzig, the University of Hamburg und the Humboldt University of Berlin. After he had successfully passed his first government licensing examination in 2004, he worked in Leipzig and passed the second government licensing examination in 2006. After that, he settled as a lawyer in Leipzig.
Gemkow is Evangelical Lutheran, married and has one daughter.
Gemkow is the member of the Christian Democratic Union since 1998. Since 2009, he is the member of the Saxon State Parliament. In the Parliament, he is a member of the Science, Education, Culture and Media committee, the Parliament's control committee and the 1st parliamentary inquiry committee "Abfall-Missstandes-Enquete".
Since 2010 Gemkow is a president of the Parliamentary Forum Mittel- und Osteuropa e. V., which is a cross-party organization of the Saxon Parliament's members and responsible representatives of business and society. The goal of the organization is to promote the cooperation between political and administrative actors from Saxony and the Central and Eastern European countries in order to support economic, cultural and social development.