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Attila Márton (born March 14, 1963)[1] is a Hungarian politician, member of the National Assembly (MP) for Hajdúszoboszló (Hajdú-Bihar County Constituency VII) since 2002.[2] He was also a Member of Parliament from Fidesz Hajdú Bihar County Regional List between 1998 and 2002.[2]


He finished the car mechanics course of Landler Jenő Secondary Technical School at Debrecen in 1981. He graduated as a traffic process engineer with IT and business specialisation from the College of Transport and Telecommunications of Győr in 1984. He received a university degree in IT systems analysis in Debrecen in 1991 having accomplished the joint programme of Kossuth Lajos University of Debrecen. From 1984 he worked as a logistics manager. From 1988 until his election as MP in 1998 he worked in different positions for the Hajdúszoboszló headquarters of the Trans-Tisza Gas Supply Company in the field of business information technology including systems host, project manager, then senior IT staff. He has been active as a sports pilot since 1979 and has been on the board of the Hungarian Association of Aviation since 1998. He presided over the Association from 2000 to 2002.[1]

Political career[edit]

Márton started his political career in December 1993 upon the invitation of Fidesz. He ran in the national and local elections for the first time in 1994. He has been a member of Fidesz since May 1994 and a member of the Hajdú-Bihar County Board since 1996.[1] In the 1998 general election he secured a mandate from the Hajdú-Bihar County Regional List of Fidesz. He became a member of the Economic Committee in the same year and chaired the Ad Hoc Subcommittee Examining the Operation of Dunaferr Company.

In the 2002 election he secured a seat as an individual MP representing Hajdúszoboszló, Constituency VII, Hajdú-Bihar County. In the general election held in 2006, he was elected MP again. He was appointed a member of the Economic and Information Technology Committee. He defended his mandate in the 2010 parliamentary election.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "Biography". Országgyűlés. 
  2. ^ a b c "Register". Országgyűlés. 
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