List of Sejm Marshals

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This is a list of Sejm Marshals , or Speakers of the Sejm (the Lower house of the Polish Parliament) since its establishment as a regular convening body in the late 15th century, until now. [1] [2]

Contents

Crown of the Kingdom of Poland

NoNamePeriod
1 Jan Sierakowski October 31, 1548 – December 12, 1548
2 Mikołaj Sienicki May 15, 1550 – July 26, 1550
3 Rafał Leszczyński February 2, 1552 – April 11, 1552
4 Mikołaj Sienicki February 1, 1553 – February 2, 1559
5 Rafał Leszczyński November 30, 1562 – March 25, 1563
6 Mikołaj Sienicki November 22, 1563 – April 14, 1565
7 Stanisław Sędziwój Czarnkowski [3] January 10, 1569 – August 12, 1569

Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

  

Partitioned Poland (1795–1918)

Duchy of Warsaw

NoNamePeriod
1 Tomasz Adam Ostrowski
2 Stanisław Sołtyk
3 Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski

Polish Kingdom

NoNamePeriod
1 Wincenty Krasiński
2 Rajmund Rembieliński
3 Stanisław Piwnicki [3] [4]
4 Józef Lubowidzki [3] [4] May 1830 - November 1830 [5]
5 Władysław Ostrowski November 1830-

Diet of Galicia and Lodomeria

NoNameSejmPeriod
1 Leon Sapieha I

II

III

1861–1875
2 Alfred Józef Potocki III1875
3 Włodzimierz Dzieduszycki III1876
4 Ludwik Wodzicki [4] IV1877-80
5 Mikołaj Zyblikiewicz IV

V

1881-86
6 Jan Dzierżysław Tarnowski V

VI

1886-90
7 Eustachy Stanisław Sanguszko VI1890-95
8 Stanisław Marcin Badeni [4] VII1895-1901
9 Andrzej Potocki [4] VIII1901-02
(8) Stanisław Marcin Badeni VIII

IX

1903-12
10Adam GołuchowskiX1913-14
11Stanisław NiezabitowskiX1914-18

Second Polish Republic (1918–39)

NoNameSejmPeriodParty
1 Wojciech Trąmpczyński Legislative Sejm February 14, 1919 – November 27, 1922
2 Maciej Rataj INovember 28, 1922 – March 26, 1928 Polish People's Party "Piast"
3 Ignacy Daszyński IIMarch 27, 1928 – December 8, 1930 Polish Socialist Party
4 Kazimierz Świtalski IIIDecember 9, 1930 – October 3, 1935 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
5 Stanisław Car IVOctober 4, 1935 – June 18, 1938Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government/Camp of National Unity
6 Walery Sławek IVJune 22, 1938 – November 27, 1938Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
7 Wacław Makowski VNovember 28, 1938 – November 2, 1939 Camp of National Unity

Polish People's Republic

NoNameSejmPeriodParty
1 Władysław Kowalski Legislative SejmFebruary 4, 1947 – November 19, 1952 United People's Party (Poland)
2 Jan Dembowski INovember 20, 1952 – February 19, 1957 United People's Party (Poland)
3 Czesław Wycech II

III

IIV

V

February 20, 1957 – February 11, 1971 United People's Party (Poland)
4 Dyzma Gałaj VFebruary 11, 1971 – March 27, 1972 United People's Party (Poland)
5 Stanisław Gucwa VI

VII

VIII

March 28, 1972 – November 5, 1985 United People's Party (Poland)
6 Roman Malinowski IXNovember 6, 1985 – June 22, 1989 United People's Party (Poland)
7 Mikołaj Kozakiewicz X July 4, 1989 – December 31, 1989 United People's Party (Poland)

Republic of Poland (after 1989)

NoNamePortraitDistrictSejmPeriodParty
1 Mikołaj Kozakiewicz Mikolaj Kozakiewicz.jpg Krajowa lista X December 31, 1989 – November 24, 1991 United People's Party/Polish People's Party - Revival/Polish People's Party
2 Wiesław Chrzanowski Wieslaw Chrzanowski.jpg 28 Lubelskie INovember 25, 1991 – October 14, 1993 Christian National Union
3 Józef Oleksy JKRUK 20090524 JOZEF OLEKSY BUSKO IMG 7314.jpg 39 Siedleckie IIOctober 14, 1993 – March 3, 1995 Democratic Left Alliance
4 Józef Zych Jozef Zych Sejm 2015.JPG 52 Zielonogórskie IIMarch 3, 1995 – October 19, 1997Polish People's Party
5 Maciej Płażyński Maciej Plazynski Kancelaria Senatu 2005.jpg 11 Gdańskie IIIOctober 20, 1997 – October 18, 2001 Solidarity Electoral Action/Civic Platform
6 Marek Borowski Marek Borowski Kancelaria Senatu 2015.jpg 19 Mazowieckie IVOctober 19, 2001 – April 20, 2004Democratic Left Alliance/Social Democracy of Poland
(3) Józef Oleksy JKRUK 20090524 JOZEF OLEKSY BUSKO IMG 7314.jpg 18 Mazowieckie IVApril 21, 2004 – January 5, 2005Democratic Left Alliance
7 Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz (senator).jpg 24 Podlaskie IVJanuary 5, 2005 – October 18, 2005Democratic Left Alliance
8 Marek Jurek Marek Jurek Sejm 2016.JPG 10 Łódzkie VOctober 26, 2005 – April 27, 2007 Law and Justice/Right Wing of the Republic
9 Ludwik Dorn Ludwik Dorn Sejm 2014(cropped).JPG 20 Mazowieckie VApril 27, 2007 – November 4, 2007 Law and Justice
10 Bronisław Komorowski Rada Krajowa Platformy Obywatelskiej RP, Warszawa (6.02.2015) (15836909753) (cropped).jpg 20 Mazowieckie VINovember 5, 2007 – July 8, 2010 Civic Platform
acting Stefan Niesiołowski Stefan Niesiolowski Sejm 2016b.JPG 8 Lubuskie VIJuly 8, 2010 Civic Platform
11 Grzegorz Schetyna Grzegorz Schetyna (cropped).jpg 1 Dolnośląskie VIIJuly 8, 2010 – November 8, 2011 Civic Platform
12 Ewa Kopacz Ewa Kopacz - Konwencja PO (cropped).jpg 17 Mazowieckie VIINovember 8, 2011 – September 22, 2014 Civic Platform
acting Jerzy Wenderlich Jerzy Wenderlich Sejm 2014 (cropped).JPG 5 Kujawsko-pomorskie VIISeptember 22, 2014 – September 24, 2014 Democratic Left Alliance
13 Radosław Sikorski RadoslawSikorki2.jpg 4 Kujawsko-pomorskie VIISeptember 24, 2014 – June 23, 2015 Civic Platform
acting Jerzy Wenderlich Jerzy Wenderlich Sejm 2014 (cropped).JPG 5 Kujawsko-pomorskie VIIJune 23–25, 2015 Democratic Left Alliance
14 Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska Malgorzata Kidawa-Blonska Koalicja Obywatelska 06.09.2019 (cropped).jpg 19 Mazowieckie VIIJune 25, 2015 - November 11, 2015 Civic Platform
15 Marek Kuchciński Marek Kuchcinski (2017).jpg 22 Podkarpackie VIIINovember 12, 2015 - August 9, 2019 Law and Justice
acting Ryszard Terlecki JKRUK 20100418 RYSZARD TERLECKI IMG 7358A.jpg 13 Małopolskie VIIIAugust 9, 2019 Law and Justice
16 Elżbieta Witek Elzbieta Witek Sejm 2015 01.JPG 1 Dolnośląskie VIII

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since August 9, 2019 Law and Justice

See also

Notes and references

  1. Władysław Konopczyński, Chronologia Sejmów Polskich, 14931793. Publisher: Polska Akademia Umiejetnosci. Archiwum Komisji Historycznej. 2/IV. Nr 3. Kraków, 1948. (in Polish)From: Digital Library of Wielkopolska. See: Content presentation. 'Built-in browser. Retrieved October 6, 2011.
  2. Sejm Rzeczypospolitej. Official website of the Polish Parliament. Retrieved October 6, 2011.
  3. 1 2 3 4 Tadeusz Wasilewski, Polski Słownik Biograficzny, 1970, vol. 15.
  4. 1 2 3 4 5 "Marszałkowie Sejmu". Rozbiory (the Partitions) (in Polish). Kancelaria Sejmu (Chancelery of the Polish Parliament). 2007. Archived from the original on February 22, 2018. Retrieved November 22, 2012.
  5. Jędruch, Jacek (1998). Constitutions, Elections and Legislatures of Poland, 1493-1993. Hippocrene Books, Inc. p. 221. ISBN   0781806372.

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