Erwin Huber

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Erwin Huber was the leader of the German Christian Social Union (CSU) political party. He was elected as the party's leader on September 29, 2007, with 58 percent of the votes at a CSU party conference.[1] According to a BBC report, he is known as a "moderate conservative and pragmatist".[2] His successor was Horst Seehofer.