Podlaskie Regional Assembly

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Podlaskie Regional Assembly

Polish: Sejmik Województwa Podlaskiego
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Type
Type
HousesRegional Assembly
(sejmik wojewódzki)
Leadership
Chairperson
Bogusław Dębski, Independent
Vice-Chairpersons
Marek Komorowski, Łukasz Siekierko, Cezary Cieślukowski
Marshal
Artur Kosicki, PiS
Structure
Seats30 councilors
(Polish: radnych)
Poland Podlaskie Parliament 2018.svg
Political groups
Executive board
  •   PiS (15)
  •   Independent (elected from PiS) (1)

Opposition parties

Elections
Last election
21 October 2018
Meeting place
Bialystok - Urzad Marszalkowski - 2016-09-09 16-12-041.jpg
1 Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego, Białystok
Website
Podlaskie Regional Assembly


The Podlaskie Regional Assembly (Polish : Sejmik Województwa Podlaskiego) is the regional legislature of the Voivodeship of Podlaskie. It is a unicameral parliamentary body consisting of thirty councillors elected to a five-year term. The current chairperson of the assembly is Bogusław Dębski.

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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 Podlaskie is held by the Law and Justice party with Artur Kosicki (PiS) presiding as marshal. [1]

The Regional Assembly meets in the Marshal's Office in Białystok.

Districts

Members of the Assembly are elected from five districts, serve five-year terms. The districts do not have formal names, instead each constituency has a number and territorial description.

NumberSeatsCity countiesLand counties
17 Białystok None
25 Suwałki Augustów, Sejny, Suwałki
35 Łomża Grajewo, Kolno, Łomża
45None Bielsk, Siemiatycze, Wysokie Mazowieckie, Zambrów
58None Białystok, Hajnówka, Mońki, Sokółka

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References

  1. "Występował w zespole Boys. Został marszałkiem na Podlasiu". WPROST.pl (in Polish). 2018-11-22. Retrieved 2019-01-11.