The Cabinet of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz was appointed on 31 October 2005and passed the vote of confidence in parliament on 10 November 2005. It was supported by 272 votes with 187 votes against (no abstentions). This minority government was ruled by politicians of Law and Justice and some independents e.g. Zbigniew Religa.
|Prime Minister||Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Chairman of the Committee for European Integration||9 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Ludwik Dorn||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Interior and Administration|
|Minister of Regional Development||Grażyna Gęsicka||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Sport and Tourism||Tomasz Lipiec||Independent||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of National Defence||Radosław Sikorski||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Environment||Jan Szyszko||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs , Chairman of the Committee for European Integration||Stefan Meller||Independent||31 October 2005||9 May 2006|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Anna Fotyga||Law and Justice||9 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Justice||Zbigniew Ziobro||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Culture and National Heritage||Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Economy||Piotr Woźniak||Independent||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister Labour and Social Policy||Krzysztof Michałkiewicz||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||5 May 2006|
|Minister Labour and Social Policy||Anna Kalata||Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of State Treasury||Andrzej Mikosz||Independent||31 October 2005||3 January 2006|
|Minister of State Treasury||Wojciech Jasiński||Law and Justice||15 February 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Finance||Teresa lubińska||Independent||31 October 2005||7 January 2006|
|Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance||Zyta Gilowska||Independent||7 January 2006||24 June 2006|
|Minister of Finance||Paweł Wojciechowski||Independent||24 June 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development||Krzysztof Jurgiel||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||5 May 2006|
|Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development||Andrzej Lepper||Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Health||Zbigniew Religa||Centre Party||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Education and Science||Michał Seweryński||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||5 May 2006|
|Deputy Prime Minister , Minister of National Education||Roman Giertych||League of Polish Families||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Science and Higher Education||Michał Seweryński||Law and Justice||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Transportation and Construction||Jerzy Polaczek||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Construction||Antoni Jaszczak||Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Transportation||Jerzy Polaczek||Law and Justice||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister of Marine Economy||Rafał Wiechecki||League of Polish Families||5 May 2006||14 July 2006|
|Minister — Coordinator of Special Forces||Zbigniew Wassermann||Law and Justice||31 October 2005||14 July 2006|
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