Politician Joao Varela decimal birthdays

Joao Varela

Joao Varela birthday 19 October 1974 19 October 1974
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Joao Varela, Politician, Portugal

Before glory

When he was eight, he ran away from home and went to live with foster parents. He studied economics at Erasmus University in Rotterdam. 

About Joao Varela

Dutch journalist who served as an MP in the House of Representatives for the Pim Fortuyn List from 2002 to 2006. He was the party's number two candidate during the 2002 general election. He became the lead candidate by default after the assassination of the leader Pim Fortuyn days before the election. He was not elected at the 2006 elections and retired from politics.

Family Life

He was raised in a strict Catholic family. At age six, he moved to the Netherlands with his parents. He has seven siblings. 

Friends and colleagues

He and Kay Nambiar are both famous Dutch journalists.

Fast facts

He was a semi-professional tennis player. He was employed as a marketing analyst for L'Oreal. He worked as a columnist for the Financial Telegraaf magazine. He was a celebrity contestant in the first season of the Dutch version of Dancing on Ice.

 
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9 December 2022 422,000 hours
18 December 2022 1,520,000,000 seconds
26 December 2022 17,600 days
20 January 2023 423,000 hours
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19 February 2023 580 months
2 March 2023 424,000 hours
5 April 2023 17,700 days
13 April 2023 425,000 hours
13 April 2023 25,500,000 minutes
13 April 2023 1,530,000,000 seconds
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21 June 2023 25,600,000 minutes
5 July 2023 427,000 hours
14 July 2023 17,800 days
7 August 2023 1,540,000,000 seconds
16 August 2023 428,000 hours
30 August 2023 25,700,000 minutes
27 September 2023 429,000 hours
19 October 2023 49 years
22 October 2023 17,900 days
7 November 2023 430,000 hours
7 November 2023 25,800,000 minutes
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