Masovian Regional Assembly

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Masovian Regional Assembly

Sejmik Województwa Mazowieckiego
POL wojewodztwo mazowieckie COA.svg
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairperson
Ludwik Rakowski, KO
Vice-Chairpersons
Tomasz Kucharski, Mirosław Orliński, Marcin Podsędek
Marshal
Structure
Seats51 councillors
Poland Masovia Regionnal Assembly 2018.svg
Political groups
Executive board
  •   KO (18)
  •   PSL (8)

Opposition parties

Elections
Last election
21 October 2018
Meeting place
Palac Ministra Skarbu w Warszawie 2018.jpg
Palace of the Treasury Minister, Warsaw
Website
Masovian Regional Assembly

The Masovian Regional Assembly (Polish : Sejmik Województwa Mazowieckiego) is the regional legislature of the Voivodeship of Masovia in Poland. It is a unicameral parliamentary body consisting of fifty-one councillors, making it the largest provincial assembly in the republic. All councillors are chosen during regional elections for a five-year term. The current chairperson of the legislature is Ludwik Rakowski of the KO. [1]

Contents

The assembly elects the executive board that acts as the collective executive for the provincial government, headed by the voivodeship marshal. The current Executive Board of Masovia is a coalition government between the Civic Coalition and Polish People's Party under the leadership of Marshal Adam Struzik of the PSL. [2]

The assembly convenes at the Palace of the Treasury Minister in Warsaw.

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
15Part of Warsaw This is list of Warsawian districts: Ursynów, Wilanów, Śródmieście, Mokotów
26Part of Warsaw This is list of Warsawian districts: Bemowo, Bielany, Ursus, Włochy, Ochota, Wola, Żoliborz
36Part of Warsaw This is list of Warsawian districts: Białołęka, Rembertów, Targówek, Wawer, Wesoła, Praga Północ, Praga Południe
49 Płock Ciechanów, Gostynin, Mława, Płock, Płońsk, Przasnysz, Pułtusk, Sierpc, Sochaczew, Żuromin, Żyrardów
57 Radom Białobrzegi, Grójec, Kozienice, Lipsko, Przysucha, Radom, Szydłowiec, Zwoleń
69 Ostrołęka, Siedlce Garwolin, Łosice, Maków, Mińsk, Ostrołęka, Ostrów Mazowiecka, Siedlce, Sokołów, Węgrów, Wyszków
79None Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Legionowo, Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, Otwock, Piaseczno, Pruszków, Warsaw West, Wołomin

Composition

1998 [3]

PartyMandates
Akcja Wyborcza Solidarność 32
Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej 30
Przymierze Społeczne 11
Unia Wolności 6
Stowarzyszenie Rodzina Polska 1
Total80

2002 [4]

PartyMandates
Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej – Unia Pracy 14
Prawo i Sprawiedliwość 10
Samoobrona Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej 8
Liga Polskich Rodzin 7
Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe 7
Platforma Obywatelska 5
Total51

2006 [5]

PartyMandates
Platforma Obywatelska 17
Prawo i Sprawiedliwość 14
Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe 12
Lewica i Demokraci 4
Liga Polskich Rodzin 4
Total51

2010 [6]

PartyMandates
Platforma Obywatelska 17
Prawo i Sprawiedliwość 14
Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe 13
Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej 7
Total51

2014 [7]

PartyMandates
Prawo i Sprawiedliwość 19
Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe 16
Platforma Obywatelska 15
SLD Lewica Razem 1
Total51

2018 [8]

PartyMandates
Prawo i Sprawiedliwość 24
Koalicja Obywatelska 18
Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe 8
Independent1
Total51

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References

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