Česlovas Juršėnas

Česlovas Juršėnas (born 18 May 1938[1]) is a Lithuanian politician and a former Speaker of the Seimas, the Lithuanian parliament.

Česlovas Juršėnas
Speaker of Seimas
In office
April 1, 2008  November 14, 2008
Preceded byViktoras Muntianas
Succeeded byArūnas Valinskas
In office
February 25, 1993  November 25, 1996
Preceded byHimself (acting)
Succeeded byVytautas Landsbergis
Acting Speaker of Seimas
In office
November 25, 1992  February 25, 1993
Preceded byAlgirdas Brazauskas
Succeeded byHimself
In office
April 6, 2004  July 12, 2004
Preceded byArtūras Paulauskas
Succeeded byArtūras Paulauskas
Personal details
Born (1938-05-18) 18 May 1938
Panižiškė Poland
Political partySocial Democratic Party of Lithuania (since 2001)
Democratic Labour Party of Lithuania (1990-2001)
Communist Party of Lithuania (until 1989)
Spouse(s)Jadvyga Juršėnienė
ChildrenSaulius Juršėnas

In 1955, he graduated from Ignalina secondary school (now Ignalina Česlovas Kudaba Progymnasium) with a gold medal and entered Vilnius State University of Vincas Kapsukas, graduating in 1960.[2]

During 1960–1964 Juršėnas was an employee of a newspaper Tiesa.

He was a signatory of the Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania on 11 March 1990.[1]

Juršėnas has published several books about politics and the world.[1]

See also

References

  1. CV at Seimas website.
  2. "Švenčionių rajono savivaldybė - Česlovas Juršėnas". Švenčionys municipality. Retrieved 2016-01-15.


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