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Dariusz Rosati

Dariusz Rosati
Member of the European Parliament
for Warsaw
In office
July 20, 2004 – July 13, 2009
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland
4th Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Third Republic of Poland
In office
December 29, 1995 – October 31, 1997
President Aleksander Kwaśniewski
Prime Minister Józef Oleksy
Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz
Preceded by Władysław Bartoszewski
Succeeded by Bronisław Geremek
Personal details
Born Gaetano Dario Rosati
(1946-08-08) August 8, 1946
Radom, Poland
Political party Social Democratic Party of Poland
Spouse(s) Teresa Rosati since 1971
Children Weronika Rosati
Profession Economist

Dariusz Kajetan Rosati (born August 8, 1946 in Radom as Gaetano Dario Rosati) is a Polish professor of economics and a politician who is a member of the European Parliament (elected on June 13, 2004).

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Collaboration with communist secret service 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Biography

Dariusz Rosati is a graduate of international trade from Warsaw School of Economics and a professor of economics.

In the 1980s he was a member of Polish United Workers Party (PZPR) and an economic adviser to Mieczysław Rakowski's government, the last communist regime in Poland. In the 1990s he was a supporter (but not a member) of the post-communist parties, first Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), and today Social Democratic Party of Poland (SDPL).

Dariusz Rosati was a co-founder and director of the Global Economy Institute (Instytut Gospodarki Światowej) and the Institute of Economic Situations and Prices (Instytut Koniunktur i Cen). He worked as an expert in various international organizations, indluding the economic commission of the United Nations in Geneva and an adviser to the Chairman of the European Commission in Brussels.

He was the minister of foreign affairs in the cabinets of Józef Oleksy and Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz (both SLD), and recently he was a member of the Polish Council of Monetary Policies (Rada Polityki Pieniężnej). Supporter of a united Europe, he is the author of numerous publications on the European integration and the rector of Lazarski School of Commerce and Law in Warsaw (Wyższa Szkoła Handlu i Prawa im. Łazarskiego w Warszawie).

In the European elections on June 13, 2004, he was a candidate of the SDPL in constituency No. 4 Warsaw and received 76,834 votes (11.94%).

Collaboration with communist secret service

Since May 29, 1978 he was an operational contact of communist Department I of MSW (intelligence) code name Buyer[1]

See also

References

External links

  • http://www.rosati.pl
  • http://www.radom.pl/uk/
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