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Konstantinos  KaramanlisNEA DΙMOKRATIA

Konstantinos Karamanlis

Former Prime Minister

Député Thessalonique A

Contact Info

Email:
karamanlis.office@gmail.com
Αdresse:
21, P. Kyriakou Str., 151 21, Athens, Tel: (00 30) 210 6459006.

Information personnelles

Date et Lieu de naissance:
Born in Athens on 14-09-1956.
État civil:
Married to Natassa Pazaiti.
Profession:
Lawyer –International Law specialist.
Études:
Law, University of Athens; Economics, Deree College; MA in Economics and Political Science, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Boston; Ph.D. in Diplomatic History.
Langues:
English, German, French.

Activités parlementaires

Elected MP (ND) for Thessaloniki A in the general elections of 1989 (June and November), 1990, 1993, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2007 and 2009.
Elected secretary of the Presidium of Parliament in 1989; re-elected in November of the same year. Former member of the Greek parliamentary delegation to the Council of Europe.

Activités politiques/sociales

Elected ND Party Chairman on 21-03-1997 at the 4th Party Conference. Board member of the Union of Law Students (1976-1978). Active in ONNED (the ND youth organisation) and ND (1974-1979). Member of the Organisational and Ideological Section (1984-1989). Served his national service in the Hellenic Navy (1977- 1979). Practised law (1984–1989) and taught Political Science, Diplomatic History, and Company Law at Deree College, Athens, and on the “Study in Greece” student exchange programme (1983-1989). Founding member and chairman of the KIPAEA peace movement and “EuropeΆ 92”, the Greek Centre for the Promotion of European Integration. Member of the ND Central Committee since 1993. Co-author of the book (in Greek): Eleftherios Venizelos and Greek Foreign Relations (1928-1932). In 1987, he edited and prefaced The Spirit and Era of Gorbachev and Imperialism: The Case of Angola. He also contributed to a collective volume, European Unification and Balkan Fragmentation: the Role of Greece, with a study entitled “Post-Communist Unrest in South–Eastern Europe”. Regular contributor to the weekly magazine Oikonomikos Tachydromos (΅Economic Post”) (1987-1989).



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