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Gordan Maras

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Prime Minister  Zoran Milanovic
Name  Gordan Maras
Occupation  Economist

Children  2
Preceded by  Duro Popijac
Role  Croatian Politician
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Born  13 June 1974 (age 41) Zagreb, Croatia (1974-06-13)
Political party  Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Alma mater  University of Zagreb (Faculty of Economics)
Party  Social Democratic Party of Croatia
Education  University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb
Similar People  Branko Grcic, Mirando Mrsic, Ivan Vrdoljak, Davor Bernardic, Mihael Zmajlovic

Gordan Maras (born 13 June 1974) is a Croatian economist and politician who served as a minister at Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts at the Cabinet of Zoran Milanović from 2011 unitl 2016. He is member of the centre-left Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP).

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Education

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Maras finished elementary school "Vladimir Nazor" and 10th Gymnasium. He graduated from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Economics and gaind his Master's degree at the Cotrugli Business School.

Professional career

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From 2001 to 2003 he was a sales and business manager at Croatian Olympic Centre Bjelolasica, from 2004 to 2010 CEO of Maximus Communications, and from 2004 to 2010 business manager of Social Democratic Party of Croatia. He is currently serving as a minister at Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts at the Cabinet of Zoran Milanović.

Political career

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Maras started his political career in 1997 when he joined Social Democratic Party of Croatia. He was a vice-president of the SDP Youth Forum (1998-2000), President of the SDP Youth Forum (2000-2002), and member of SDP Main Board (2000–2008). In the 2007 parliamentary elections, Maras was elected to Sabor in 1st electorate district. In 2008 he became vice-president of the Committee on Finance and State Budget of the Croatian Parliament and in 2009 vice-president of SDP of the City of Zagreb.

In addition to his committee assignments, Maras has also been serving as member of the Croatian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe since 2017. As member of the Socialist Group, he is currently a member of the Sub-Committee on Education, Youth and Sport and of the Sub-Committee on Media and Information Society. He was part of a cross-party delegation to observe the 2017 parliamentary elections in Bulgaria.

References

Gordan Maras Wikipedia


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