2010 in Poland

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Events during the year 2010 in Poland.

Incumbents[edit]

Lech Kaczyński
  1. Lech Kaczyński (Law and Justice) (to 10 April)[1]
  2. Bronisław Komorowski (Civic Platform) (10 April - 8 July) Acting
  3. Bogdan Borusewicz (Civic Platform) (8 July only) Acting
  4. Grzegorz Schetyna (Civic Platform) (8 July - 6 August) Acting
  5. Bronisław Komorowski (Civic Platform) (From 6 August)

Events[edit]

January[edit]

Town square of Kołaczyce

February[edit]

March[edit]

  • 12 March – VIII Gniezno Convention and Rammstein concert in the Lodz Atlas Arena.

April[edit]

Coffin of Lech Kaczyński in the Presidential Palace's chapel
  • 11 April – At the military airport Warsaw-Okecie an aircraft landed with the body of the late President Lech Kaczynski. The coffin was transported to the Presidential Palace. On the route of the procession crowds reflected the honour of deceased countryman.
  • 17 April – The Warsaw farewell ceremony were held in honour of the victims of a plane crash near Smolensk.
  • 18 April – In Krakow, the funeral of the presidential couple, Lech and Maria Kaczynski took place.
  • 29 April – The highest win in the Lotto was won in Elblag and totalled 24 636 124.00 PLN.
  • 30 April – The Department of Computer Science of PKP turned off the last operating system in Poland based on a computer teleprocessing 1305th Oder.

May[edit]

  • 7 May – Gen. Mieczyslaw Cieniuch became chief of General Staff.
  • 11 May – Polish thirteen-year-old astronomy lover Rafał Reszelewski discovers Sungrazing Comets Kreutz group comet as the youngest in the project.
  • 12 May – PZU shares debuted on the Warsaw stock exchange.
  • 15 May – Lech Poznan became the Polish soccer Champion.
  • 16 May – Rapid flooding of rivers in the basin of upper Odra and Vistula rivers gave rise to the great flood, which covered the whole southern Poland.
  • 22 May – The sarcophagus with the remains of Nicolaus Copernicus were solemnly buried in the Basilica Cathedral in Frombork.
  • 26 May – The flood wave, after reaching the Baltic Sea finished the first stage of flooding.
  • 27 May – Concert of AC/DC in Warsaw Bemowo Airport.
  • 30 May – Elton John's concert at the stadium in Warsaw Polonia.

June[edit]

Bronisław Komorowski
Jarosław Kaczyński
  • 1 June – The transcripts of the recordings of the black boxes of the Polish aircraft Tu-154M No. 101, which crashed in Smolensk were published.
  • 2 June – The beginning of the second stage of flooding.
  • 6 June – Fr. Jerzy Popieluszko became beatified on Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Sq. in Warsaw.
  • 10 June – Irena Lipowicz was appointed by the Sejm for the office of the ombudsman.
  • 11 June:
  • 16 June – Concert of the Big Four of thrash metal in the Sonisphere festival in Warsaw, at the airport Bemowo.
  • 20 June:
  • 26 June – Abp. Henryk Muszynski introduces the new Primate - Józef Kowalczyk, on archbishops of Gniezno cathedral.

July[edit]

August[edit]

  • 6 August – Inauguration of Bronislaw Komorowski for the President of the Republic of Poland.[8]
  • 7 August – Bogatynia was flooded by the river flowing through the town, named Miedzianka.
  • 9–10 August – A night happening against the presence of the cross of Smolensk before the Presidential Palace in Warsaw.
  • 16 August:
    • The jubilee rally on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of scouting in Poland began in Kraków. The inauguration of the rally, held on 17 August, attended by Prime Minister Donald Tusk - the honorary patron of the rally.
    • Beginning of construction of the second line of the Warsaw metro.
  • 18 August – The hall opened in Gdańsk-Sopot.

September[edit]

  • 16 September – The cross, erected by the Scouts in time of national mourning after the Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash before the Presidential Palace in Warsaw disappears.
  • 20 September – Completion of the Municipal Stadium in Poznan.
  • 24 September:
    • The Sejm appointed 6 January (Epiphany), again a public holiday.
    • Krakow: An underground museum opened beneath the Market Square. The exhibition, entitled "Traces of the European identity of Krakow" is a multimedia spectacle, a journey in time. Visitors can not only see but also touch the history of the origins of the legendary city.
  • 25 September – Wroclaw held the second Equality March.

October[edit]

November[edit]

  • 5 November – The Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw was officially opened.
  • 6 November – Start of the TV channel Fox Poland.
  • 6 November – Christ the King (Polish: Pomnik Chrystusa Króla) a colossal statue of Jesus Christ in Świebodzin, Poland is completed.
  • 8 November – As a result of a collision of freight trains in Bialystok, a huge fire broke out and the explosion of fuel tanks took place.
  • 12 November – Terms of office of local government bodies, elected in local elections in November 2006, expire under the law.
  • 21 November – The first round of local elections took place.

December[edit]

  • 2 December – Bohdan Zdziennicki's term expires as President of the Constitutional Court.

Deaths[edit]

January[edit]

  • 3 January:
    • Janusz Atlas, Polish sports journalist (born 1949)
    • Artur Zirajewski, Polish criminal, contract killer, murder witness of Mark Papał (born 1972)
  • 4 January:
    • Jarosław Giszka, Polish footballer (born 1965)
    • Tadeusz Góra, Polish Brigadier General, Polish Army pilot, glider (born 1918)
  • 8 January:
    • Stanisław Szwarc-Bronikowski, Polish journalist, explorer and filmmaker (born 1917)
    • Marian Terlecki, Polish film director and producer (born 1954)
  • 10 January – Krzysztof Kowalczyk, Polish volleyball player, coach (born 1968)
  • 26 January – Juliusz Bardach, Polish lawyer, historian of the system (born 1914)
  • 27 January – Stanisław Michalik, Polish actor (born 1927)
  • 28 January – Kazimierz Mijal, Polish politician (born 1910)

April[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sky News: Polish President Lech Kaczynski Killed When Plane Crashed On Approach To Smolensk Airport In Russia
  2. ^ Harding, Luke (April 10, 2010). "Polish president Lech Kaczynski killed in plane crash". The Guardian (London). 
  3. ^ Sky News: Polish President Lech Kaczynski Killed When Plane Crashed On Approach To Smolensk Airport In Russia
  4. ^ "Głosowanie bez większych zakłóceń". Rzeczpospolita. 4 July 2010. Retrieved 4 July 2010.  (Polish)
  5. ^ Kołakowska, Dorota (9 July 2010). "Schetyna marszałkiem Sejmu". Rzeczpospolita. Retrieved 9 July 2011.  (Polish)
  6. ^ jen (8 July 2010). "Komorowski złożył mandat". Rzeczpospolita. Retrieved 8 July 2010.  (Polish)
  7. ^ Zalesiński, Łukasz; Niewińska, Agnieszka; Stróżyk, Jarosław (15 July 2010). "Wygramy pod Grundwaldem, ale co z rycerzami". Rzeczpospolita. Retrieved 15 July 2010.  (Polish)
  8. ^ Niewińska, Agnieszka (6 August 2010). "Komorowski zostaje dziś prezydentem". Rzeczpospolita. Retrieved 6 August 2010.  (Polish)


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