Sheila Margaret Camerer (née le 15 décembre 1941 au Cap en Afrique du Sud) est une avocate et une femme politique sud-africaine, membre du parlement (1987-2009), membre du Parti national (1982-1997), du Nouveau Parti national (1997-2003) et de l'Alliance démocratique (depuis 2003), ministre-adjoint à la justice de 1993 à 1994 dans le gouvernement de Klerk et de nouveau en 1996 dans le gouvernement Mandela.

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  • Sheila Margaret Camerer (née le 15 décembre 1941 au Cap en Afrique du Sud) est une avocate et une femme politique sud-africaine, membre du parlement (1987-2009), membre du Parti national (1982-1997), du Nouveau Parti national (1997-2003) et de l'Alliance démocratique (depuis 2003), ministre-adjoint à la justice de 1993 à 1994 dans le gouvernement de Klerk et de nouveau en 1996 dans le gouvernement Mandela. Elle est chef du groupe du nouveau parti national et chef de l'opposition à l'assemblée nationale du parlement sud-africain de 1997 à 1999. Elle est ambassadeur d'Afrique du Sud en Bulgarie de 2009 à 2013.
  • Sheila Camerer (ur. 15 grudnia 1941 w Kapsztadzie) – południowoafrykańska prawniczka i polityk, minister sprawiedliwości, wieloletnia deputowana do Zgromadzenia Narodowego (1987–2009), ambasador RPA w Bułgarii (od 2009).
  • Sheila Margaret Camerer is a South African politician and senior Member of Parliament of the main opposition Democratic Alliance(DA).Although Camerer's father, Robert Badenhorst-Durandt had been a Member of Parliament for the ruling National Party (NP), as a young lawyer in the mid-1970s she worked on the legal defence strategies of anti-apartheid activists, including that of the Soweto Committee of Ten. The latter included Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, wife of then jailed African National Congress (ANC) leader and future South African President, Nelson Mandela.She joined the NP herself and in 1982 was elected NP member of the Johannesburg City Council. In 1987 she was elected Member of Parliament for the Johannesburg constituency of Rosettenville and two years later appointed deputy justice minister in the government of reformist NP leader and South African president FW de Klerk.During the constitutional negotiations on a democratic South Africa, Camerer was employed to lead the NP in drafting a Bill of Rights. Later she became a prominent spokesperson for the party in parliament, and served shortly as deputy justice minister after 1994 until De Klerk decided to suspend the party's participation in the Government of National Unity (GNU). In 1997, she became leader of the NP in the National Assembly, the first-ever woman and English-speaker in the party's history to hold the post.Camerer was seen as opposing the withdrawal of the now remained New National Party (NNP) from the Democratic Alliance (DA) in 2001, but remained an NNP member until 2003 when newly promulgated legislation allowed her to defect to the DA without losing her parliamentary seat.In November 2006 Camerer voted in favour of legislation permitting homosexual civil unions.As the South African general election, 2009 has completed, Camerer has assumed the position of Ambassador to Bulgaria.As of March 2013 Camerer has completed her term as Ambassador and is currently retired.
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  • Sheila Margaret Camerer (née le 15 décembre 1941 au Cap en Afrique du Sud) est une avocate et une femme politique sud-africaine, membre du parlement (1987-2009), membre du Parti national (1982-1997), du Nouveau Parti national (1997-2003) et de l'Alliance démocratique (depuis 2003), ministre-adjoint à la justice de 1993 à 1994 dans le gouvernement de Klerk et de nouveau en 1996 dans le gouvernement Mandela.
  • Sheila Camerer (ur. 15 grudnia 1941 w Kapsztadzie) – południowoafrykańska prawniczka i polityk, minister sprawiedliwości, wieloletnia deputowana do Zgromadzenia Narodowego (1987–2009), ambasador RPA w Bułgarii (od 2009).
  • Sheila Margaret Camerer is a South African politician and senior Member of Parliament of the main opposition Democratic Alliance(DA).Although Camerer's father, Robert Badenhorst-Durandt had been a Member of Parliament for the ruling National Party (NP), as a young lawyer in the mid-1970s she worked on the legal defence strategies of anti-apartheid activists, including that of the Soweto Committee of Ten.
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