Árpád Duka-Zólyomi


Árpád Duka-Zólyomi

Árpád Duka-Zólyomi (born on 8 May 1941 in Bratislava)is a Magyar politician in Slovakia and
Member of the European Parliament with the Magyar Koalicio Partja,part of the European People's Party and .

Duka-Zólyomi is a substitute for the Committee on Foreign Affairs, a vice-chair oftheDelegation to the EU-Armenia, EU-Azerbaijan and EU-Georgia Parliamentary Cooperation Committees and asubstitute for the Delegation for relations with Belarus.

Education

* 1968: Czech Technical University (Prague), Faculty of Technical and Nuclear Physics

Career

* 1968-1976: Comenius University (Bratislava), Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
* 1976-1989: Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia), Laboratory of Particle Physics
* 1991-1998: First Vice-Chairman of the party 'Spolužitie-koexistencia-együttélés' (Coexistence)
* since 1998: Deputy Chairman of SMK (Party of the Hungarian Coalition)
* 1992-1994: Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Public Administration
* Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee
* 1994-1998: Member of the Committee for European Integration
* 1998-2002: Member of the Committee on Conflicts of Interest
* Vice-Chairman of the Committee for European Integration
* Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee
* 1998-2004: Chairman of the Slovak-Hungarian group of the Inter-Parliamentary Union
* 1995-2002: Member of the EU-Slovak Republic Joint Parliamentary Committee
* 2002-2004: Member of the OCSE Parliamentary Assembly
* 1999-2004: Member of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly

"See also:" European Parliament election, 2004 (Slovakia)

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