Marian Zlotea (born June 30, 1971, Bucharest, RS Romania) is a democratic politician from Romania, economist by profession. In the 2007 European elections, he was elected MEP from the PD.
In 2001, he graduated in economics from the Universitatea de Petrol si Gaze in Ploiesti. He then opened a doctorate at the University of La Sapienza.
From 2000 he was president of youth organizations. He worked in government and municipal administration. From 2006 to 2007, he was Secretary of State and President of the Office of Consumer Affairs. Then he was advisor to the mayor of Bucharest and representative of the Democrats on the National Integration Council.
In the first general elections of 2007 he was elected Member of the European Parliament on behalf of the Democratic Party. He was a member of the Christian Democrats Group, of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection and Vice-Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Security and Defense.
He resigned from his mandate in the EP in February 2009. He then became president of ANSVSA, a government agency responsible for food safety and veterinary inspection. It was canceled several months later.