Cabinet of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz

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The Cabinet of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz was appointed on October 31, 2005,[1] and passed the vote of confidence in parliament on November 10, 2005. It was supported by 272 votes with 187 votes against (no abstentions).[2] This minority government was ruled by politicians of Law and Justice and some independents e.g. Zbigniew Religa.

The Cabinet

OFFICE NAME TERM
Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Deputy Prime Minister Ludwik Dorn 21.11.2005 - 14.07.2006
  Zyta Gilowska 07.01.2006 - 24.06.2006
  Roman Giertych 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
  Andrzej Lepper 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Krzysztof Jurgiel 31.10.2005 - 05.05.2006
  Andrzej Lepper 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Construction Antoni Jaszczak 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Culture and National Heritage Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Economy Piotr Grzegorz Woźniak 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Education and Science Michał Seweryński 31.10.2005 - 05.05.2006
Minister of Environment Jan Szyszko 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Finance Teresa Lubińska 31.10.2005 - 07.01.2006
  Zyta Gilowska 07.01.2006 - 24.06.2006
  Paweł Wojciechowski 24.06.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Foreign Affairs Stefan Meller 31.10.2005 - 05.05.2006
  Anna Fotyga 09.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Health Zbigniew Religa 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Interior and Administration Ludwik Dorn 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Justice
Public Prosecutor General
Zbigniew Ziobro 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Labour and Social Policy Krzysztof Michałkiewicz 31.10.2005 - 05.05.2006
  Anna Kalata 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Marine Economy Rafał Wiechecki 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of National Defence Radosław Sikorski 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of National Education Roman Giertych 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Regional Development Grażyna Gęsicka 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Science and Higher Education Michał Seweryński 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Sport Tomasz Lipiec 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Minister of State Treasury Andrzej Mikosz 31.10.2005 - 04.01.2006
  Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz (acting) 04.01.2006 - 15.02.2006
  Wojciech Jasiński 15.02.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Transport Jerzy Polaczek 05.05.2006 - 14.07.2006
Minister of Transport and Construction Jerzy Polaczek 31.10.2005 - 05.05.2006
Minister, Member of the Council of Ministers
Co-ordinator of Special Forces
Zbigniew Wassermann 31.10.2005 - 14.07.2006
Chairman of the Committee for European Integration Stefan Meller 31.10.2005 - 05.05.2006
  Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz 09.05.2006 - 14.07.2006

References

  1. ^ Appointment Retrieved on 31 Oct 2006
  2. ^ Warsaw Voice, 30 Nov 2005, online version retrieved on 31 Oct 2006
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