Miroslav Mikolášik

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Miroslav Mikolášik

Miroslav Mikolášik (born 11 September 1952 in Dolný Kubín) is a Slovak politician and Member of the European Parliament with the Krestansko-demokraticke hnutie, part of the European People's Party and sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Regional Development.

He is a substitute for the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, a member of the Delegation to the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly and a substitute for the Delegation for relations with Israel.

He still lives in Dolný Kubín along with his wife. He has four children; three sons and one daughter.

Education[edit]

  • 1972-1978: Charles' University (Prague), Medical Faculty
  • 1982: Certificate of postgraduate study in anaesthesiology and reanimation
  • 1984: Certificate of postgraduate study in general medicine

Career[edit]

  • since 1978: Doctor at an anaesthesiological and resuscitation department
  • since 1994: General practitioner
  • 1991-1992: External teacher at the Institute of Medical Ethics and Bioethics (Bratislava)
  • 1990-1991: Vice-Chairman of a District National Committee (Dolný Kubín)
  • 1991-1992: Head of the Department for International Relations at the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic
  • 1992-1994: Chairman of KDH (Christian Democratic Movement) (Orava region)
  • 1994-1998: Member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic for KDH
  • 1998-1999: Member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic for SDK (Slovak Democratic Coalition) /KDH
  • 1994-1998: Member of the Committee on Social Affairs and Health Care
  • 1995-1998: Member of the EU-Slovak Republic Joint Parliamentary Committee
  • 1998-1999: Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of the Slovak Republic
  • 1999-2002: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to Canada
  • President of the citizens' association 'Donum Vitae'

See also: European Parliament election, 2004 (Slovakia)

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