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Mihael Brejc

Mihael Brejc (2005)

Mihael Brejc, also known as Miha Brejc (born 15 November 1947) is a Slovenian politician and former Member of the European Parliament. He is a member of the Slovenian Democratic Party.

In 2004, Brejc was elected to the European Parliament. He was part of the European People's Party parliamentary group and served as member of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. He was also vice-chairman of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, a substitute for the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, member of the delegation for relations with South Africa, and a substitute for the delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly.

Biography

Miha Brejc was born to a University of Ljubljana since 1988, first as a senior lecturer and later as a professor.

After the victory of the DEMOS coalition at the first democratic elections in 1990, Brejc was appointed Director of the Slovenian Security and Intelligence Service. He carried out the difficult task of democratization and pluralization of an institution that had served as one of the columns of political oppression during Communist times. In 1992, he joined the Social Democratic Partyof Slovenia. In 1993, he was dismissed as director of the Security Agency by the then Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek, and returned to the academia.

From 1994 to 1998 he was actively involved in local politics as the Chairman of the Municipal Council of Domžale. During the same period, he also served as the Dean of the High School for Public

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