The Frankfurt National Assembly, the first freely elected parliament of the German states, was the result of the European revolutions of 1848. They met on 18 May 1848 to 31 May 1849 in St. Paul’s Church. Neubauer was a member of the “state house” or “upper house” with a total of 192 members. Prussia was the largest fraction with 40 members, followed by Austria with 38 members.
Ignaz Neubauer born in 1816 in Pauwach (Styria) studied Rights and received his law doctorate from the University Vienna in 1843. From 29 May 1848 to 13th April 1849 Neubauer was as a member of the 3rd Constituency of Styria Feldbach, member of the first German parliament, the Frankfurt National Assembly (1848/49), held at the Frankfurter St. Paul’s Church. Neubauer was a member of the fractions “Café Milani “and” Casino ” (named according to their Meeting places, orientation national liberal or conservative). When the Parliament with the exodus of conservative forces failed, also Neubauer’s mandate was terminated. 1850 to 1882 he was professor of criminal law in Graz / Austria. With his retirement the government awarded him with the Honorary Degree “Regierungsrat” (Councilor).
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