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Madeleine Petrovic (born 25 June 1956) is an Austrian politician. From 1994 to 1996 she was federal spokesperson of the Austrian Green Party. Her maiden name is Demand. She attended Austrian gymnasium which she finished 1974, and studied law at the University of Vienna, finishing in 1978. She then studied management science at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, finishing in 1982. She received an additional diploma as certified interpreter for English and French.

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  • Madeleine Petrovic (born 25 June 1956) is an Austrian politician. From 1994 to 1996 she was federal spokesperson of the Austrian Green Party. Her maiden name is Demand. She attended Austrian gymnasium which she finished 1974, and studied law at the University of Vienna, finishing in 1978. She then studied management science at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, finishing in 1982. She received an additional diploma as certified interpreter for English and French.
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  • Madeleine Petrovic (born 25 June 1956) is an Austrian politician. From 1994 to 1996 she was federal spokesperson of the Austrian Green Party. Her maiden name is Demand. She attended Austrian gymnasium which she finished 1974, and studied law at the University of Vienna, finishing in 1978. She then studied management science at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, finishing in 1982. She received an additional diploma as certified interpreter for English and French. After working as assistant and lector at the university, she was employed by the Ministry of Social Affairs. During the first mailbomb series of Austrian terrorist Franz Fuchs, on December 5, 1993 a mailbomb targeted at her was discovered and neutralized. The same day Vienna's mayor Helmut Zilk was seriously injured by another mailbomb.
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