Mika Lintilä

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Mika Lintilä
Minister of Economic Affairs
Assumed office
29 December 2016
Prime MinisterJuha Sipilä
Preceded byOlli Rehn
Personal details
Born (1966-04-15) 15 April 1966 (age 52)
Toholampi, Finland
Political partyCentre Party
Websitewww.mikalintila.fi

Mika Tapani Lintilä (born 15 April 1966 in Toholampi, Finland) is a Finnish politician, representing the Centre Party. He has served as a Member of Parliament since 24 March 1999.[1] On 27 October 2016, Lintilä was elected within the Centre Party to follow Olli Rehn as a Minister of Economic Affairs starting 29 December 2016.[2]

Mika Lintilä is the son of the Centre Party MP Aaro Lintilä.[3]

Earlier memberships in committees[edit]

  • Commerce Committee (member) 07.04.1999 - 18.03.2003
  • Committee for the Future (deputy member) 23.04.1999 - 29.02.2000, (deputy member) 03.03.2000 - 15.03.2002, (member) 19.03.2002 - 18.03.2003, (deputy member) 03.04.2007 - 02.05.2007, (member) 05.05.2015 - 08.06.2015
  • Finance Committee (deputy member) 28.11.2000 - 04.09.2001, (deputy member) 02.04.2003 - 25.04.2003, (member) 29.04.2003 - 20.03.2007, (member) 03.05.2007 - 19.04.2011, (deputy member) 03.05.2011 - 29.06.2011, (member) 30.06.2011 - 21.04.2015
  • Administration Committee (deputy member) 02.04.2003 - 08.09.2006, (deputy member) 05.05.2015 - 08.06.2015
  • Defence Committee (deputy member) 02.04.2003 - 25.04.2003
  • Subcommittee for Administration and Control (member) 08.04.2003 - 20.03.2007
  • Tax Subcommittee (member) 08.04.2003 - 20.03.2007, (Chair) 04.05.2007 - 19.04.2011, (member) 01.09.2011 - 21.04.2015
  • Subcommittee for Education and Science (additional member) 08.04.2003 - 05.05.2003, (member) 06.05.2003 - 20.03.2007
  • Foreign Affairs Committee (deputy member) 29.04.2003 - 27.05.2003, (deputy member) 03.05.2007 - 29.04.2008
  • Constitutional Law Committee (member) 03.04.2007 - 02.05.2007
  • Agriculture and Forestry Committee (member) 03.04.2007 - 02.05.2007
  • Sub-committee for Employment and the Economy (member) 04.05.2007 - 19.04.2011, (member) 01.09.2011 - 21.04.2015
  • Grand Committee (deputy member) 03.05.2011 - 29.06.2011
  • Social Affairs and Health Committee (member) 03.05.2011 - 29.06.2011
  • Audit Committee (member) 30.06.2011 - 21.04.2015
  • Transport and Communications Committee (member) 05.05.2015 - 08.06.2015
  • Electors (member) 06.04.1999 - 29.02.2000
  • Finnish Delegation to the Nordic Council (deputy member) 07.04.1999 - 18.03.2003, (deputy member) 29.04.2003 - 20.03.2007
  • Parliamentary Auditors (deputy member) 01.01.2000 - 31.12.2007
  • Administrative Council of the Finnish Broadcasting Company (member) 14.04.2000 - 02.05.2007, (Chair) 30.11.2004 - 02.05.2007
  • Parliamentary State Auditors (deputy member) 01.01.2004 - 20.03.2007
  • Auditors of the Bank of Finland (deputy member) 01.01.2004 - 31.12.2006
  • Parliamentary Supervisory Council (member) 03.05.2007 - 29.06.2011
  • Commissioners to the Government Guarantee Fund (member) 30.06.2011 - 12.03.2015, (vice chair) 21.09.2011 - 12.03.2015

Present memberships in committees[edit]

  • Finance Committee (member) 09.06.2015–present
  • Subcommittee for Administration and Security (member) 11.09.2015–present
  • Tax Subcommittee (Chair) 11.09.2015–present
  • Commerce Committee (member) 09.06.2015–present
  • Finnish Delegation to the Nordic Council (deputy member) 09.06.2015–present
  • Administrative Council of the Finnish Broadcasting Company (member) 30.06.2011–present
  • Inter-Parliamentary Union, Finnish Group (member) 29.06.2015–present.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MPs: Mika Lintilä". Parliament of Finland. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
  2. ^ "Ministeriksi valittu Mika Lintilä: "Odotin tätä 18 vuotta"". Iltalehti.fi. MPs: Mika Lintilä. 27 October 2016. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
  3. ^ "Mika Lintilä – Hevosmies ministeriksi". Yle. MPs: Mika Lintilä. 27 October 2016. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
  4. ^ "Tervetuloa Mika Lintilän kotisivuille - Mika Lintilä". www.mikalintila.fi.