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Deputy Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland

Deputy Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland (Polish: Wicemarszałek Senatu RP) is one of the Polish Senators in the upper house of the Polish parliament who serves as the deputy of the Senate Marshal (speaker). There could be a maximum of four Deputy Marshals.

Deputy Marshals are allowed to preside over the Senate sessions when the Marshal does not preside.

They are elected among the Senators for a full Senate term, alongside the Marshal.

List

1st term (1989–1991)

  • Zofia Kuratowska (Solidarity)
  • Józef Ślisz (Solidarity)
  • Andrzej Wielowieyski (Solidarity)

Under Marshal Andrzej Stelmachowski

2nd term (1991–1993)

Under Marshal August Chełkowski

3rd term (1993–1997)

Under Marshal Adam Struzik

4th term (1997–2001)

  • Tadeusz Rzemykowski (Democratic Left Alliance)
  • Donald Tusk (Freedom Union)
  • Marcin Tyrna (Solidarity Electoral Action) – since 3 October 2000
  • Andrzej Chronowski (Solidarity Electoral Action) – since 3 October 2000

Under Marshal Alicja Grześkowiak

5th term (2001–2005)

Under Marshal Longin Pastusiak

6th term (2005–2007)

Under Marshal Bogdan Borusewicz

7th term (2007-present)

Under Marshal Bogdan Borusewicz

See also

External links

  • Senate official website (Polish)

References

This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2007-10-10 of the equivalent article on the polski World Heritage Encyclopedia.
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