|Member of the European Parliament for Cyprus|
3 September 1944 |
|Political party||Progressive Party of Working People|
|Alma mater||Victoria University of Wellington|
Kyriacos Triantaphyllides (born 3 September 1944, Palaichori) is a Cypriot politician and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the Progressive Party of Working People, sitting with the European United Left–Nordic Green Left group, on the European Parliament's Committee on Regional Development.
He is a substitute for the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, substitute for the Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee.
- 1964-1966: Bachelor of Arts (BA) (University of Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand)
- 1967: Diploma from teacher training college of Christchurch (New Zealand)
- 1968-1970: Teacher of English and Social Studies at Wanganui High School (New Zealand).
- 1971-1973: Ministry of Employment and Social Affairs – Industrial Relations, Section Cyprus.
- 1974-1982: Head of Personnel with the Cyprus Amaniandos Asbestos Works Limited.
- 1982-1992: Senior public administration and personnel officer.
- 1992-1996: Chief administrative officer.
- 1992-2000: Deputy migration officer.
- 2000-2004: Director-General in the Ministry of the Interior.
- 1996-2000: Sub-Prefect of Famagusta.
- from 1990: Representative of Cyprus on Council of Europe committees.
- 2003: Member of the Policy Committee of the Council of European Municipalities and Regions.
- 1996-2000: Member of the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe.
- Ministry of the Interior representative in meetings and conferences at international level.
- 1988-2004: Founder member of Palaichori local associations.
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