Edvard Kožušník

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Edvard Kožušník
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Member of the European Parliament
Incumbent
Assumed office
14 July 2009
Constituency Czech Republic
Chief of Staff to the President of the Senate
Personal details
Born (1971-01-30) January 30, 1971 (age 43)
Czechoslovakia
Nationality Czech
Political party Civic Democratic Party

Edvard Kožušník (born 30 January 1971) is a Czech politician. He serves as Member of the European Parliament and is the former Chief of Staff to the President of the Senate Přemysl Sobotka. He was a Civic Democratic Party candidate for European Parliament election in 2009 and received the seventh largest number of preference votes in the party.

Education[edit]

Kožušník is a graduate of a high school and is currently studying at a university.

Personal life[edit]

He is fluent in Spanish, English, German, Russian and Bulgarian. His wife is Spanish and they have two children. His hobby is beach tennis.

Political career[edit]

Kožušník was one of the key people in charge of launching one of the first Czech governmental think-tank eStat.cz. Nowadays, he's begun a campaign for abolishing concessionary fees in the Czech Republic.

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