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Takâcsy GYULA

Takâcsy GYULA, Hungarian Member of the National Assembly. Honour for Outstanding Work, Ministry of Building and City Development, 1986; Commemorative Medal. Budapest City Council, 1989. member. Association, for Scientific Research in Building, since 1963; member, Hungarian Economic Society, since 1985; Vice-President, Chamber of Commerce.

Background

  • GYULA, Takâcsy was born on February 21, 1937 in Pécs, Hungary. Parents: Gyula Takâcsy and Csilla Bukkhely (née Csilla Buzinkay).

  • Education

    • Diploma in architecture, Technical University. Post-graduate industrial diploma, University of Economics. Spoken languages: Hungarian, German.

    Career

    • Member, Magyar Demokrata Forum (Hungarian Democratic Forum), since 1989. Leader, Economic Policy Committee, Magyar Demokrata Forum (Hungarian Democratic Forum), 1990. Member, National Committee, Magyar Demokrata Forum (Hungarian Democratic Forum), since 1991.

      Member of the National Assembly, since 1991. Chairman, Economic Committee, National Assembly, since 1991. Managing Director, Foszer PLC, Budapest, 1986-1991.

    Works

    • Articles about technical development in building and about privatisation.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Hungarian Democratic Forum

    Religion

    Roman Catholic.

    Membership

    Member. Association, for Scientific Research in Building, since 1963. Member, Hungarian Economic Society, since 1985. Vice-President, Chamber of Commerce.

    Personality

    Interests

    Sport; economic policy.

    Connections

    • Spouse Eniko Breznay Takâcsy, 1981. Children: Zsolt, Eniko, Levenete, Reka.
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