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Alexandros   TriantafyllidisSYNASPISMOS RIZOSPASTIKIS ARISTERAS

Alexandros Triantafyllidis

Member of Parliament Thessaloniki A

Contact Info

Web Site:
http://www.triantafilidis.gr
Email:
alexandros@triantafilidis.gr
Address:
Office Thessalonikis: Egnatias 76, Thessaloniki, 2nd floor,P.C. 54622, Tel.: 2310254271, Fax: 2310254279.
Office Athens: Voulis 4, Athens, 2os floor, P.C. 10562, Tel.: 2103706133, Fax: 2103706533.

Personal Info

Place and Date οf Birth:
He was born in Thessaloniki in 1965.
Marital Status:
He is married and is a father of one daughter
Profession:
Journalist and philologist
Studies:
He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He also holds a special title in teaching Greek Language abroad (Greek Language Center).
Foreign Languages:
English

Parliamentary Activities

In the elections of January 25, 2015, he was elected for the first time, as a member of the Greek parliament, in the first region of Thessaloniki. He was reelected in the elections of September 20, 2015.

Political/Social Activities

Active by his student years, he was elected as president of the AUTH Literary Section Student Association. Since 1989 and for 25 years he had been working as a reporter and political commentator, creating and presenting TV and radio programs in Thessaloniki. Throughout these years he ran numerous journalistic surveys on important political and social issues and several interviews with prominent figures in Greece and abroad. He also worked as a reporter and a columnist for newspapers in Thessaloniki and he was for years in charge of the “expatriates’ news” at the Macedonian News Agency. After the antidemocratic shutting down of the Greek public broadcaster and for the last 19 months, along with several of his colleagues, he continued to produce television and radio programs without getting paid, refusing to apply for uptake to NERIT, fighting for the protection of democracy, for the freedom of the press, and for personal and professional dignity. His political TV show, the (FORBIDDEN) ‘LABYRINTH’ was the only program that never stopped broadcasting. He struggled with a view to reopening the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, which was achieved on April 29, 2015, pursuant to no4324/2015 law.



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