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Konstantinos  KyranakisNEA DIMOKRATIA

Konstantinos Kyranakis

Secretary of the Hellenic Parliament

Member of Parliament Athens B3 Constituency (South)

Contact Info

Web Site:
http://www.kyranakis.gr
Email:
konstantinos@kyranakis.gr
Address:
tel. 2109412410

Personal Info

Place and Date οf Birth:
Luxembourg, 19/04/1987.
Marital Status:
Single.
Profession:
Legal Advisor / Strategic Communication Advisor.
Studies:
Konstantinos has graduated the European School of Brussels in 2005, holds a Bachelor degree in Law from the University of Athens and a MA in Strategic Communication from the American College of Greece.
Foreign Languages:
English, French.

Parliamentary Activities

He is a member of the Greek Parliament, elected on July 7th 2019.

Political/Social Activities

●In 2013, Konstantinos was elected president of the Youth of the European People's Party, Europe's largest political youth organisation and re-elected in 2015.
●Project manager for a part of the digital campaign of Jean-Claude Juncker for President of the European Commission in 2014.
●He was a candidate for the European Parliament in 2014 and was appointed deputy spokesman for Nea Demokratia in 2016.
●Member of the International Republican Institute.
●Co-founder of BrainGain, an initiative aiming at reversing brain drain for Greece.
●Forbes Magazine nominated and selected Konstantinos Kyranakis in the 30 under 30 list for the year 2016.



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