|Name Marian-Jean Marinescu|
Role Romanian Politician
|Party Democratic Liberal Party|
|Education Politehnica University of Bucharest|
Interviu marian jean marinescu
Marian-Jean Marinescu (born August 11, 1952) is a Romanian politician and member of the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL), part of the European People's Party–European Democrats. Elected to the Chamber of Deputies for Dolj County, he became a Member of the European Parliament on January 1, 2007, with the accession of Romania to the European Union. He is a Grand Officer of the Order of the Star of Romania.
Born in Râmnicu Vâlcea, Marinescu graduated from the Bucharest Politehnica Institute's Faculty of Aerospace engineering in 1976, and subsequently worked as an engineer for Avioane SA and Aviation Institute branch in Craiova.
He entered politics in 1992, as a member of the PDL (known then as Democratic Party, PD), when he was elected a member of the Craiova City Council. Marinescu was elected Vice-president of the PD local section in Craiova (1994) and Dolj County (1997), and, in 2001, Secretary for Dolj County and Oltenia. He served as prefect of Dolj under the Romanian Democratic Convention cabinet (1996-2000), and, after 2004, he was a member of the Dolj County Council, before winning a seat in the 2004 legislative election on the Justice and Truth common list.
He is married with three children.