András Gyürk (born on 2 December 1972 in Budapest) is a Hungarian politician and Member of the European Parliament with the Hungarian Civic Party, part of the European People's Party and sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Development.
Gyürk is a substitute for the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy. Gyürk is also a member of the Delegation to the EU-Armenia, EU-Azerbaijan and the EU-Georgia Parliamentary Cooperation Committees, substitute for the Delegation for relations with the Arab Peninsula and the Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly.
He is married, has two children.
- 1993 – 1998 Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest), Faculty of Arts (History)
- 1991 – 1993 College of Finance and Accountancy (Budapest), Faculty of Finance
- 1987 – 1991 Franciscan Secondary School, (Szentendre)
- 2004 – Member of the European Parliament
- 2002 – 2004 Deputy leader, parliamentary faction of Fidesz
- 2002 – 2004 Vice chairman, Committee on Youth and Sport, Hungarian Parliament
- 1998 – 1999 Member of the Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe (Committee on Migration)
- 1998 – 2004 Member of the Hungarian Parliament (Committee on Foreign Affairs, Committee on Youth and Sport)
- 1996 – 2004 Chairman of Fidelitas (Youth organization of Fidesz)
- 1995 – 2004 Member of the national board of Fidesz
- 1988 – Member of Fidesz
- 1995 – 2000 Member of the Pastoral Council, Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest
- 1998 – 2004 Director of Democracy After Communism Foundation
- European Parliament biography of András Gyürk (incl. Speeches, Questions and Motions)
- Declaration (PDF) of financial interests (Hungarian)
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