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Ioannis Balafas

Member of Parliament Athens B3 Constituency (South)

Contact Info

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Eleftherias Square, Athens
Tel: 210 - 3378431/2

Personal Info

Place and Date οf Birth:
Lixouri of Cephalonia, 25/11/1945
Marital Status:
Civil Engineer
Alumni of the School of Civil Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
Foreign Languages:

Parliamentary Activities

• Member of Parliament since January 2015
• Vice President of the Parliament
• Member of the Permanent Commission of Social Affairs
• Member of the Commission of the Library of Parliament

Political/Social Activities

• Under-secretary in the Ministry for Migration Policy
• Under-Secretary in the Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction
• Member of the Central Committee and of the Political Secretariat of SYRIZA.
• Founding member of Synaspismos.
• He participated actively in the resistance via his membership in the anti-dictatorial organization Rigas Feraios. For his action, he stood trial and casted.
• Member of the Lambrakis Democratic Youth while studying in the National Technical University of Athens.
• Since 1974 member of the Communist Party of Greece and its youth organization. He was responsible for health issues as well as for the organization of scientists etc.
• In 2012, his book “20 years needed. The chronicle of Synaspismos venture” was published. Many of his articles and interviews have been published in a variety of printed forms.

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