The Red-Green Alliance,
Christian Juhl, Enhedslisten - Fotograf Steen Brogaard

Christian Juhl

Member of the Folketing, The Red-Green Alliance

Semi-skilled worker

Bindslevs Plads 12
8600 Silkeborg

Phone in the Folketing:
+45 3337 5005
Phone mobile:
+45 6162 5098

Christian Juhl, born February 24th 1953 at Hejls, son of pig-breeder Ole Juhl and housewife Anna Juhl. Married to social worker Karen Marie Møller.


Member period
Member of the Folketing for The Red-Green Alliance in Zealand greater constituency from September 15th 2011.


Parliamentary career
Spokesman on working environment, Nordic cooperation, Greenland, the Faroe Islands from 2015, development cooperation from 2011. Former Member of the South Schleswig Committee and the Committee for Contact to the German Minority.

Current committees

Member of
The Employment Committee
The Faroe Islands Committee
The Greenland Committee
The Cultural Affairs Committee
The Gender Equality Committee
The Nordic Council
The Standing Orders Committee
The Foreign Affairs Committee

Member of
The Presidium of the Danish Parliament

Spokesman

Spokesman on working environment
Spokesman on the Faroe Islands
Spokesman on Greenland
Spokesman on Nordic cooperation
Spokesman on development cooperation

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Latest update: [11.06.2018]
Editor: Biografiredaktionen