Diamanto Manolakou


Diamanto Manolakou

Diamanto Manolakou (Greek: Διαμάντω Μανωλάκου (b. 1 March 1959, Piraeus) is a Greek politician. She was elected Member of the European Parliament for the Communist Party of Greece; part of the European United Left–Nordic Green Left in the 2004 European elections, an office she held until April, 2010, when she resigned in favor of Costas Droutsas [1] She resigned in order to take a seat in the Greek Parliament, one previously held by Elpida Pantelaki.

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