Małgorzata Handzlik

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Małgorzata Handzlik
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Małgorzata Handzlik (born January 1, 1965 in Bielsko-Biała) is a member of the European Parliament.[1] She was elected in 2004 by the Polish people as a candidate of Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska, PO).

She learned Esperanto in the 1980s during her travels with her husband Jerzy Handzlik, an Esperanto singer, writer, publisher, and teacher. Apart from promoting her party's objectives, Handzlik has declared to stand in for multilingualism and equal linguistic rights for all citizens. Handzlik is a fluent speaker of Esperanto and proposes to investigate the possible role of this language as a second language for all Europeans.

26.11.2014 accused by Prokuratura Okręgowa w Warszawie of counterfeit and fraud[2].

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