Former Minister Jaroslav Paška has died – Home – News

Jaroslav Paška, a former Minister of Education and a member of the CIS, died at the age of 67. His family confirmed it on the social network.

Jaroslav Paška was born on June 20, 1954 in Banská Štiavnica. He studied architecture, devoted himself to his department, and even taught at the Faculty of Architecture of the Slovak University of Technology.

Beauty after the Gentle Revolution, in 1990 he joined the renewed Slovak National Party. In the second government of Vladimír Mečiar (HZDS), Jaroslav Paška was the Minister of Education, and held the post from November 10, 1993 to March 15, 1994.

He then served in the legislature until 2009, later from 2016 until the end of the election period.

He successfully ran for the European Parliament in 2009 and was Vice-Chair of the Europe of Freedom and Democracy Group. However, he did not defend his mandate in the next parliamentary term.

Jaroslav Paška has been the Vice-Chairman of the CIS since 1999, most recently as the First Vice-Chairman. The family announced on the social network that Jaroslav Paška died on July 15, 2021. The date of the last farewell has not yet been announced.

Boris Kollár, leader of We Are Family, responded to the social network with the words: “Sad news. I can’t believe it. I’m very sorry. Spring was a fellow fighter for national and conservative values. He always stood on the side of national interests. Honor his memory.”

The leader of the SNS party, Andrej Danko, wrote on the social network: “I have a hard time finding words. Sorry, I’m completely out… For ten years we stood side by side. I didn’t have a political friend. He was one amazingly good man, honest and friendly. I express my sincere condolences to the family on behalf of the CIS and its members. “

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