László Gyurovszky

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László Gyurovszky
Minister of Construction and Regional Development of Slovakia
In office
October 16, 2002 – July 4, 2006[1]
Preceded by István Harna
Succeeded by Marian Janušek
Personal details
Born (1959-09-30) September 30, 1959 (age 57)
Šaľa, Czechoslovakia[2] (present day Slovakia)
Political party Party of the Hungarian Coalition

László Gyurovszky (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈlaːsloː ˈɟurowski]) is former Minister of Construction and Regional Development of Slovakia. He graduated at Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak Technical College (currently known as Slovak University of Technology). After studies, he worked in chemical industry, in Duslo Šaľa. He began politically active in 1990, when he joined Independent Hungarian Initiative - Hungarian Civic Party as a head of election campaign and spokesman of movement.[2][3]

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