Chairwoman of the Committee for Foreign Affairs of the Chamber of Deputies, Romania
Born in 13 May 1965 in Târgu-Mureş, Mrs. Rozália-Ibolya BIRÓ, a graduate of the Faculty of Economics, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, economist, settled in Oradea in 1990. She started her career as economist, where, until 2001, she worked and led several commercial companies.
Starting to 1991 she became a member of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (DAHR). Between 2001 and 2012 she served as Deputy Mayor of Oradea, where she coordinated the economic activity, the patrimony management and the social department of the City Hall.
Between 2012 and 2016 she held a senatorߴs mandate in the Romanian Parliament, in the DAHR parliamentary group. Under this mandate, Mrs. Rozália-Ibolya BIRÓ held the position of Chairman of the Commission for Human Rights, Cults and Minorities of the Romanian Senate. In 2013 she founded the DAHR Womenߴs Organization and since then she has also held the position of president. From 2017 she became the President of the Delegation of the Romanian Parliament to the Central European Initiative – Parliamentary Dimension.
Mrs. Rozália-Ibolya BIRÓ is deputy to the Parliament of Romania, holds the position of Chairman of the Committee for Foreign Policy of the Chamber of Deputies and of the President of the Council of Union Representatives of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania. At the same time, she also holds the post of Deputy Chair of the PPE Womenߴs Organization.
Mrs. Rozalia-Ibolya BIRÓ is married and has two children.