Martin Fronc

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Marin Fronc
Minister of Education of Slovakia
In office
16 October 2002 – 8 February 2006[1]
Preceded by Peter Ponický[1]
Succeeded by László Szigeti[1]
Personal details
Born (1947-11-28) 28 November 1947 (age 69)
Košice, Czechoslovakia[2] (present day Slovakia)
Political party Christian Democratic Movement[2]

Marin Fronc is a Slovak politician and former Minister of Education of Slovakia. He studied at Comenius University in Bratislava at Faculty of natural sciences. His studies were focused on mathematics. His academic career continued at University of Transport and Communications in Žilina where achieved several academic titles. He entered politics in 1989 as a member of Christian Democratic Movement and after elections in 2002 he became Minister of Education of Slovakia. Martin Fronc is married and he has three children.[3]

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