Members of the Seimas - Kęstas KOMSKIS 

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Kęstas KOMSKIS
 
Kęstas KOMSKIS

 

Member of the Seimas from 2012-11-16 till 2016-11-14.
  
Position
  • Deputy Speaker ( 2012-11-17–2016-11-14 )
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History
Was elected to the Seimas 2008 – 2012.
Biography

Date of birth

22 October 1963

Place of birth

Sodėnai Village, Šilutė District, Lithuania

 

 

Education

 

2001–2004

Kaliningrad State Technical University, Diploma in Management

1979–1983

Klaipėda Polytechnic School (currently Klaipėda Business and Technology College), Diploma of Engineer

1971–1979

Lumpėnai Basic School (currently Enzys Jagomastas Basic School in Lumpėnai)

 

 

Work experience

 

1992–2000

Private business

1983–1992

Engineer, state farms Žukai and Rambynas

 

 

Political career

 

 

Deputy Chairman of the Party “Order and Justice”

Since 2012

Deputy Speaker, Member of the Board of the Seimas

 

Member, Committee on Health Affairs

 

Member, Anticorruption Commission

 

Member, Order and Justice Political Group

 

Member, Conference of Chairs

2008–2012

Member, Committee on State Administration and Local Authorities

 

Member, Chair, Anticorruption Commission

 

Member, Commission for Maritime and Fishery Affairs

 

Member, Seimas Delegation to the Assembly of Members of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, the Sejm and Senate of the Republic of Poland, and the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

2003–2008

Mayor, Pagėgiai Municipality

2000–2003

Deputy Mayor, Pagėgiai Municipality

 

Member, Pagėgiai Municipal Council

 

Miscellaneous

Membership: Founder, Kęstas Komskis’ Charity and Support Fund; Deputy Chairman, Lithuanian Association of Municipalities

Awards: Person of the Year in Pagėgiai Region (2003); sign of honour by the Governor of Tauragė County for merits to Tauragė County (2009)

Interests: self-government, fight against corruption, charity and support, politics

Languages: Lithuanian (native), Russian

Hobbies: literature, nature

 

Family

Three children

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