| Arseniy Yatsenyuk|
| Andriy Pyvovarsky|
| 13 January 1976 (age 39)
Chernivtsi, Ukrainian SSR (1976-01-13) |
All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland"
Pavlo Petrenko, Lyudmyla Denisova, Mychajlo Papijew, Andrii Volodymyrovych Ivanchuk
Maksym Burbak Wikipedia
Maksym Yurіyovich Burbak (Ukrainian: Максим Юрійович Бурбак; born 13 January 1976) is a Ukrainian politician and former Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine. Since 3 July 2015 Burbak is parliamentary leader of the People's Front parliamentary faction. He is an MP of Ukraine since 2012. First as member of the party Batkivshchyna, now as member of People's Front.
Burbak is President of the NGO "Interregional Agricultural Society" (Chernivtsi).
In 1998 he graduated from the Faculty of Law Chernivtsi National University with speciality "Jurisprudence".1998–2005 – commercial activities.
2006–2008 – Deputy Director of "Fintrast", Chernivtsi.
From July 2008 – Acting Director of "Bucovina Auto Alliance", Chernivtsi.
2010–2012 – Member of the Chernivtsi Regional Council, the head of the "Front for Change".
Former member of the party "Front for Change", led the Chernivtsi regional organization.
In the 2012 parliamentary election Burbak was elected into parliament for the party Batkivshchyna, № 43 on the list. Chairman of the Subcommittee on the development strategy of the customs policy of free trade and economic integration of the Parliamentary Committee on Taxation and Customs Policy.
On 27 February 2014 Burbak was appointed Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine in the first Yatsenyuk Government of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk; he did not return in the second Yatsenyuk Government.
In the 2014 parliamentary election Burbak was elected into parliament again as People's Front candidate in single-member districts number 45 situated in Khotyn with 24.22% of the votes. On 3 July 2015 Burbak was elected parliamentary leader of the People's Front parliamentary faction.
Married. He has two children. Burbak's older brother Oleksiy Burbak was a classmate of Arseniy Yatsenyuk.