Lubusz Regional Assembly

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Sejmik Województwa Lubuskiego
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Type
Type
HousesRegional Assembly (sejmik wojewódzki)
Leadership
Chairperson
Wioleta Haręźlak, PSL
Vice-Chairperson
Tadeusz Ardelli,
Mirosław Marcinkiewicz,
Jerzy Wierchowicz
Marshal
Structure
Seats30 councillors [1]
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Political groups
Executive board (14)
  •   KO (8)
  •   PSL (4)
  •   SLD (2)

Confidence and supply (4)

  •   Self-Governing Lubusz (4)

Opposition parties (12)

Elections
Last election
2018-10-21 (details)
Meeting place
Marshal's Office, Zielona Góra
Website
Lubusz Regional Assembly

The Lubusz Regional Assembly (Polish : Sejmik Województwa Lubuskiego) is the regional legislature of the voivodeship of Lubusz, Poland. It is a unicameral body consists of thirty councillors elected in free elections for a five-year term. The current chairperson of the assembly is Wioletta Haręźlak.

Contents

The assembly elects the executive board that acts as the collective executive for the regional government, headed by the province's marshal. The current Executive Board of Greater Poland is a coalition government between Civic Coalition, Polish People's Party and Democratic Left Alliance with Elżbieta Polak of Civic Coalition presiding as marshal.

The Regional Assembly meets in the Marshal's Office in Zielona Góra.

Districts

Members of the Assembly are elected from five districts, serve five-year terms. Districts does not have the constituencies formal names. Instead, each constituency has a number and territorial description.

NumberSeatsCity countiesLand counties
17 Gorzów Wielkopolski Gorzów, Strzelce-Drezdenko
26None Międzyrzecz, Słubice, Sulęcin, Świebodzin
35None Krosno Odrzańskie, Żary
46 Zielona Góra Zielona Góra
56None Nowa Sól, Wschowa, Żagań

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References

  1. "Councilors' Clubs". lubuskie.pl (in Polish). Lubusz Voivodeship.