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Anna  EfthymiouNEA DIMOKRATIA

Anna Efthymiou

Member of Parliament Thessaloniki A

Contact Info

Web Site:
https://www.annaefthymiou.gr/
Email:
info@annaefthymiou.gr
a.efthymiou@parliament.gr
Address:
Thessaloniki, Tsimiski 3, 54625,
tel. 2310 252620

Personal Info

Place and Date οf Birth:
Kozani, 10 June 1980.
She has roots from Karditsa and Grevena, but lives in Thessaloniki since 1990.
Marital Status:
She is married to Giorgos Manos who has studied Electrical and Computer engineering. They have two kids, a son and a daughter.
Profession:
She is working as a lawyer in Thessaloniki since 2004. From September 2005 to June 2009 she offered her voluntary services as a lawyer in Thessaloniki’s Labor Center. From 2008 she has her own office in Thessaloniki and specializes in Labor and Civil Law. From January 2007 to September 2010 she offered her services as an appointee consultant concerning youth issues in Municipality of Thessaloniki.
Studies:
She has studied in Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and holds a Master in Department of Public Law and Political Science.
Foreign Languages:
English, French, German.

Parliamentary Activities

She has been elected as a Member of the Parliament in July’s 2019 elections gathering 14.922 votes.

Political/Social Activities

From January 2011 to August 2014 she was a member of Thessaloniki’s City Council with “Omada Dimiourgias gia tin Thessaloniki” party. After 2012’s elections she was appointed as New Democracy’s “Press Representative” in Northern Greece. She participated in January’s 2015 elections with New Democracy, in the constituency of Thessaloniki and gathered 11.491 votes. She participated in September’s 2015 elections with New Democracy possessing the 8th place in the list. She is a founding member of the Non-Governmental Organization “N.E.O.I.” She also is a member of Society for Macedonian Studies, YMCA Thessaloniki, UNICEF, “Elliniko Paidiko Xorio”, Cancer-Society of Northern Greece and The Panhellenic Sports Club; “Kallipatira”. She frequently writes articles for newspapers, magazines, websites and blogs.



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