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Hanna Foltyn-Kubicka

Hanna Foltyn-Kubicka (May 23, 1950 in Jelenia Góra, Poland), is a Polish politician and a Member of the European Parliament. She is a member of the Law and Justice Party, which is part of the Union for Europe of the Nations Group in the European Parliament.[1] She was a member on the Committee on Regional Development and the delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee.[1] She is a substitute for the Committee on Culture and Education and the delegation to the EU-Bulgaria Joint Parliamentary Committee.[1]

Foltyn-Kubicka graduated with a master's degree in German Philology in 1973 and worked as an assistant at the Institute of German Philology at the University of Silesia until 1974.[2] From 1974 to 1992 she worked as a German language lecturer at the Academy of Physical Education and Sport in Gdańsk,[2] and then became an interpreter at a Sopot shipping company until 2004.

She was made head of the private office of Lech Kaczyński, then a member of the Polish Parliament and currently the President of the Republic of Poland, from 2001 to 2002.[2] She then managed the private office of Anna Fotyga, a Member of the European Parliament, in 2004 and 2005.[3] She is a member of both the Law and Justice Party National Bureau and Political Council and the Pomerania Voivodship Bureau.[4] In 1980 she was a member of Solidarnosc, an independent self-governing trade union.

Hanna Foltyn-Kubicka previously held office as a Regional Councillor for the Voivodship of Pomerania from 2002 to 2005. She was a member of the Polish Parliament from October 19, 2005 to December 9, 2005.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b c European Parliament, Your MEPs "Hanna Foltyn-Kubicka", [1]
  2. ^ a b c "Hanna Foltyn-Kubicka, "jedynka" PiS na Pomorzu", Gazeta Wyborcza, 2009-05-28, [2]
  3. ^ Agenda Weekly, [3]
  4. ^ Maciej Sandecki, "Zamieszanie w pomorskim sejmiku", Gazeta Wyborcza, 2004-03-09, [4]
  5. ^ Trojmiasto [5]


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