Zita Pleštinská

Zita Pleštinská

Zita Pleštinská (born on 13 June 1961 in Nitra)is a Slovak politician and
Member of the European Parliamentwith the Slovenská demokratická a kresťanská únia,part of the European People's Party and sits onthe European Parliament's Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection and Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality.

She is a substitute for the Committee on Regional Development, a member of theDelegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee and asubstitute for the Delegation for relations with Australia and New Zealand.


* 1985: Technical University of Budapest, Faculty of Architecture
* 1993: The Certificate in professional expertise in the regional development
* 2000: SPP diploma (Special Preparatory Programme for Structural Funds)
* 2001: Cooperation and preparation of PHARE projects
* 2002: The Certificate in professional expertise in regional management, public and concession procurement


* 1985-1991: Chief Architect's Department in Stará Ľubovňa - Deputy head
* 1991-1996: Environmental regional office in Stará Ľubovňa - Head of Regional Planning and Land Engineering Committee
* 1996-1998: District Authority Office in Stará Ľubovnňa - Officer of Environmental Committee
* 1998-2004: District Authority Office in Stará Ľubovňa - Deputy head
* 2002-2006: Municipality Chmeľnica - Mayor
* 2004-present: The European Parliament - Member

Political Activity

* 1991-2000: KDH (Christian Democratic Movement)
* 1998-2000: SDK (Slovak Democratic Coalition)
* 2000-present: SDKÚ-DS (Slovak Democratic and Christian Union - Democratic Party) - Member of the Slovak board of SDKÚ, Member of regional union of SDKÚ Prešov

ee also

* European Parliament election, 2004 (Slovakia)

External links

* http://www.plestinska.sk

External links


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