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Hubert Gorbach

Gorbach (left) and Chancellor Schüssel

Hubert Gorbach (born 27 July 1956 in Frastanz) is an Austrian politician and a member of the Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZÖ). Until April 2005, he was a leading member in the Freedom Party. Born in Vorarlberg, he was vice-governor (German: Landeshauptmannstellvertreter) of Vorarlberg until 2003.

In 2003, he succeeded Herbert Haupt as Vice-Chancellor of Austria. From February 2003 until June 2004, Gorbach was Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology in Austria in a coalition government headed by the People's Party.

Before starting his political career, he was a manager in the textile industry (Getzner).

He is married and is interested in horses.

He has praised Alexander Lukashenko's Belarus, stating its elections are "up to West European standards".[1]

In October 2011, Hubert Gorbach lost his driving licence because of driving under the influence.[2]


  1. ^ "Focus on ex-Western leaders working for despots". The Times Union. 2011-03-04. 
  2. ^ "Gorbachs Fuehrerscheinprobleme". Profil. 2011-10-22. 


  • GORBACH, Hubert International Who's Who. accessed 8 September 2006.
  • GORBACH, Hubert Homepage.
  • [2] Profil Weekly Newspaper. Accessed 10-22-2011.
Political offices
Preceded by
Herbert Haupt
Vice Chancellor of Austria
2003– 2007
Succeeded by
Wilhelm Molterer
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