|47th Mayor of Kraków|
19 November 2002
|Deputy||Tadeusz Trzmiel (2002–2018)|
|Preceded by||Andrzej Maria Gołaś|
|Born||13 January 1947|
|Political party|| Independent (since 2002)|
Democratic Left Alliance (1999–2002)
Polish United Workers' Party (1965–1981)
Jacek Maria Majchrowski (born 13 January 1947 in Sosnowiec) is a Polish politician and the current Mayor of the Royal Capital City of Kraków since 2002 - making longest serving in the history of the city (reelected in 2006, 2010, 2014 and in 2018), a lawyer and historian, and a professor at Jagiellonian University.
Majchrowski was born on 13 January 1947 in Sosnowiec. He became a member of the Democratic Left Alliance, a major left-wing Polish political party, but suspended his membership for the duration of his mayorship in Kraków. He has written 14 history books, specializing mostly in the history of Polish political thought and doctrines. On 7 December 2015, he became Co-President of the Council of European municipalities and Regions.
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