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Mihâly RADAY

Member of the National Assembly

Mihâly RADAY, Hungarian Member of the National Assembly. Balâzs Béla prize, Ministry of Culture, 1979; SZOT prize. Alliance of the Trade Unions, 1985. President, Society for the Preservation of Budapest, since 1983; Deputy President, Association, of the Society for Preservation of Towns and Villages, since 1986; President, Committee for Preservation of Historical Sites and Traditions, Budapest City Council.

Background

RADAY, Mihâly was born on June 11, 1942 in Budapest, Hungary. Parents: Imre Râday and Erzsébet Râday (née Ferda).

Education

Eotvos Lorând University, history of art and Hungarian language, 1960-1964. University of Theatre and film, 1964-1968. Spoken languages: Hungarian, English.

Career

Member, Szabad Demokraták Szövetsége (Alliance of Free Democrats). Member of the National Assembly, since 1990. Member of the Parliamentary Committee of the Environment, 1990.

Member of Budapest City Council, since 1990. Director of photography, director, editor, Hungarian Television, Budapest, since 1968.

Works

  • Unokâink sem Fogjâk Lâtni, 1982. Vârosvédobeszédek, 1989.

Membership

President, Society for the Preservation of Budapest, since 1983. Deputy President, Association, of the Society for Preservation of Towns and Villages, since 1986. President, Committee for Preservation of Historical Sites and Traditions, Budapest City Council.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Environment, nature, preservation.

Connections

Spouse Andrea Râday (née Ruttka), 1974. Children: Dâvid, Franciska, Péter.