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Polish legislator , Prime Minister of Poland

Jerzy Buzek, Polish legislator, former prime minister of Poland. Achievements include patents for environmental protection, power and process engineering. Named Member of the European Parliament of Year, Parliament Magazine, 2006. President Social Movement Solidarity Election Action, 1999.

Background

Buzek, Jerzy was born on July 3, 1940 in Smilowice, Poland.

Education

Graduate, Silesian Technology University, Gliwice, Poland. Doctorate (honorary), Silesian Technology University, Gliwice, Poland. Doctorate (honorary), Dortmund University of Technology, Germany.

Doctorate (honorary), University Seoul, Republic of Korea. Doctorate (honorary), University Isparta, Turkey. Doctorate (honorary), Opole Polish Academy Sciences, Gliwice.

Career

Researcher, chemical engineering professor Polish Academy of Sciences, Gliwice, since 1963. Researcher Cambridge University, England, 1972. Member of Parliament Sejm (Parliament), Warsaw, 1997—2001.

Prime minister Republic of Poland, 1997—2001. Deputy rector & professor Polonia University, Czestochowa, Poland, 2002—2004. Founder Polonia University School Diplomacy.

Member of the European Parliament, Silesian Voivodship constituency European Parliament, Brussels, since 2004, president, since 2009. Member Solidarity Trade Union, Poland, since 1980, chairman, National Congress Delegates, 1981, chairman, National Congress, 1992—1994. Polish representative International Energy Agency, 1992—1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for environmental protection, power and process engineering.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Social Movement Solidarity Election Action, 1999.

Connections

Married; 1 child.