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Young Pirates

Young Pirates
Junge Piraten (JuPis)
Chairperson Florian Zumkeller-Quast
Treasurer Patrick Rauscher
Secretary General Leonard Bellersen
Founded 18 April 2009
Headquarters Berlin
Ideology Pirate politics
Mother party Pirate Party Germany
International affiliation Young Pirates of Europe, Pirate Parties International
Website www.junge-piraten.de

Young Pirates Germany (German: Junge Piraten, JuPis) is the youth organisation of the Pirate Party of Germany. The organisation was founded in Wiesbaden on April 18, 2009, when the first board of directors was elected.[1] Then-15-years-old Carmelito Bauer was the first elected chairperson. Since then the board of directors is elected yearly by the present members on their federal meeting. At the first federal meeting of members in 2009 the construction of the board of directors was changed. Since then it has included seven board members, the chairman and its deputy, the secretary general, the treasurer as well as three assessors.

Regional organisations exist in Lower Saxony,[2] North Rhine-Westphalia,[3] Schleswig-Holstein,[4] Hamburg,[5] Thuringia,[6] Saxony[7] and Berlin.[8] No membership to the mother party is necessary. There exists no minimum age for a membership, but a limiting age of 28 years (membership ends with the 28. birthday). This limit is not valid for honorary members.

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  • Junge Piraten

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