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Tomasz Mamiński (born July 9, 1943 in Puławy) is a Polish politician, a leader of the National Party of Retirees and Pensioners (KPEiR) and former Sejm Member. He is a former deputy head of the Federated Parliamentary Club. [1]

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References

  1. "Nowa koalicja?". Wprost (in Polish). 3 February 2004. Retrieved 7 September 2010.