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Dr. Gabor FODOR

Member of the National Assembly

Dr. Gabor FODOR, Hungarian Member of the National Assembly. President, Orange Cultural Foundation, since 1990; President, International Children's Safety Service, since 1990.

Background

FODOR, Dr. Gabor was born on September 27, 1962 in Gyôngyôs, Hungary. Parents: Doctor Ârpâd Fodor and Klara Fodor (née Révfalvi).

Education

Faculty of Admin, and Law, Ebtvos Lôrând University (ELTE), Budapest, law, 1987. Spoken languages: Hungarian.

Career

Member, since 1988, Spokesman, 1988, Member of Exec Committee, since 1988, Fiatal Demokratâk Szovetsége (Federation of Young Democrats). Member of Parliament, since 1990. Chairman, Committee on Human Rights, Minorities and Religious Affairs, 1990.

Member, National Security Committee, 1990-1992. Member of European Council, since 1990. Teacher. Faculty of Admin, and Law, ELTE, Budapest, since 1990.

Religion

Roman Catholic.

Membership

President, Orange Cultural Foundation, since 1990. President, International Children's Safety Service, since 1990.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, travelling, music. Human rights, minority problems, refugees, religious constitutional problems, political institutions, cultural and educational problems, foreign policy, European cooperation.

Connections

Spouse Doctor Agnes Fodor (née Honecz), 1988.