Tomáš Pajonk

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Tomáš Pajonk
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Member of the Regional Parliament
for Zlín region
Assumed office
8 October 2016
Personal details
Born (1981-08-11) 11 August 1981 (age 36)
Havířov, Czechoslovakia
Nationality Czech
Political party Party of Free Citizens
Occupation Businessman, politician
Website www.pajonk.cz

Tomáš Pajonk (born 11 August 1981 in Havířov) is a Czech politician and businessman. He is the leader of the Party of Free Citizens. [1]

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Biography

Pajonk was born in 1981. He studied at the University of Economics, Prague. He later started his own business, and in 2012 he joined Party of Free Citizens. He soon became the leader of the party's Zlín regional branch. [2] He stood in the 2016 regional election and became a member of the Zlín regional assembly. [3] [4]

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References

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