JerzyBuzek

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Political Memory: Jerzy BUZEK, MEP

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Contact
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Functions in European Parliament

  • Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (Member)
  • Temporary Committee on Climate Change (Member)
  • Delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee (Member)
  • Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (Substitute)
  • Delegation for relations with the countries of Southeast Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) (Substitute)
  • Professor of technical sciences, actively engaged in public work, Prime Minister of Poland from 1997 to 2001. Honorary doctorates of the Universities of Dortmund, Seoul and Isparta. University lecturer of long standing at Opole, Gliwice and Częstochowa, researcher at the Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Gliwice. Research stay at the University of Cambridge (1972). Representative of Poland at the International Energy Agency - Programme of Greenhouse Gas Effect (1992-1997). Organiser and chairman of an international network of 19 institutions working on energy and environmental protection (1996). Author of some 200 research papers, over a dozen other works, three patents in the fields of environmental protection, power and process engineering. (Curriculum vitae)
  • Starting in 1980, Member of the independent, self-governing trade union 'NSZZ Solidarność', chairman of the I National Congress of Delegates of 'Solidarność' in 1981. Active in the Solidarność underground structure after 1981. (Curriculum vitae)
  • Elected as a Member of the Polish Parliament in 1997. As Prime Minister, in 1999, took Poland into NATO and prepared the country for integration into the European Union (including decentralisation of the State - consolidation of the role of local self-government). In 1998, began accession negotiations. Represented the Social Movement of Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) in the PPE-DE (1999). (Curriculum vitae)
  • MEP of the Year for 2006 in the scientific research and technology category (awarded by the prestigious monthly 'Parliament Magazine'). (Curriculum vitae)

Curriculum Vitae

  • Professor of technical sciences, actively engaged in public work, Prime Minister of Poland from 1997 to 2001
  • Honorary doctorates of the Universities of Dortmund, Seoul and Isparta
  • University lecturer of long standing at Opole, Gliwice and Częstochowa, researcher at the Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Gliwice
  • Research stay at the University of Cambridge (1972)
  • Representative of Poland at the International Energy Agency - Programme of Greenhouse Gas Effect (1992-1997)
  • Organiser and chairman of an international network of 19 institutions working on energy and environmental protection (1996)
  • Author of some 200 research papers, over a dozen other works, three patents in the fields of environmental protection, power and process engineering
  • Starting in 1980, Member of the independent, self-governing trade union 'NSZZ Solidarność', chairman of the I National Congress of Delegates of 'Solidarność' in 1981
  • Active in the Solidarność underground structure after 1981
  • Elected as a Member of the Polish Parliament in 1997
  • As Prime Minister, in 1999, took Poland into NATO and prepared the country for integration into the European Union (including decentralisation of the State - consolidation of the role of local self-government)
  • In 1998, began accession negotiations
  • Represented the Social Movement of Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) in the PPE-DE (1999)
  • MEP of the Year for 2006 in the scientific research and technology category (awarded by the prestigious monthly 'Parliament Magazine')

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