|Member of the European parliament
20 July 2004
|Member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic|
15 October 2002 – 20 July 2004
15 August 1968 |
|Political party||Direction – Social Democracy, (PES)|
|Alma mater||Matej Bel School of Political Sciences and International Relations (PhDr.)|
She presently serves on the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs.
She directed several companies between 1992-1999. In 1999 she became vicechairwoman of Smer, a socialdemocratic party in Slovakia. Having been elected to the Slovakian Parliament on 15 October 2002, she got involved in the Committee for European Integration, which she directed. After that she took part in the Joint Parliamentary Committee between the European Parliament and the Slovakian one. She was observer at the European Parliament from 2003 to 2004. In the European Parliament Elections of 2004, she became a member of the European Parliament. She was re-elected in the European Parliament Elections of 2009, receiving the most personal preference votes of any candidate in Slovakia.
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