Cabinet of Leszek Miller

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The Cabinet of Leszek Miller was appointed on 19 October 2001,[1] passed the vote of confidence on 26 October 2001, and 13 June 2003.

The Cabinet[edit]

Office Name Term
Prime Minister
Chairman of the Committee for European Integration
Leszek Miller 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Deputy Prime Minister Marek Belka 19 October 2001 – 6 July 2002
Jarosław Kalinowski 19 October 2001 – 3 March 2003
Marek Pol 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Grzegorz Kołodko 6 July 2002 – 16 June 2003
Jerzy Hausner 16 June 2003 – 2 May 2004
Józef Oleksy 21 January 2004 – 21 April 2004
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Jarosław Kalinowski 19 October 2001 – 3 March 2003
Adam Tański 3 March 2003 – 2 July 2003
Wojciech Olejniczak 2 July 2003 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Culture Andrzej Celiński 19 October 2001 – 6 July 2002
Waldemar Dąbrowski 6 July 2002 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Economy Jacek Piechota 19 October 2001 – 7 January 2003
Minister of Economy, Labour and Social Policy Jerzy Hausner 7 January 2003 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Environment Stanisław Żelichowski 19 October 2001 – 3 March 2003
Czesław Śleziak 3 March 2003 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Finance Marek Belka 19 October 2001 – 6 July 2002
Grzegorz Kołodko 6 July 2002 – 16 June 2003
Andrzej Raczko 16 June 2003 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Foreign Affairs Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Health Mariusz Łapiński 19 October 2001 – 17 January 2003
Marek Balicki 17 January 2003 – 2 April 2003
Leszek Sikorski 2 April 2003 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Infrastructure Marek Pol 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Interior and Administration Krzysztof Janik 19 October 2001 – 21 January 2004
Józef Oleksy 21 January 2004 – 21 April 2004
Jerzy Szmajdziński (acting) 21 April 2004 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Justice
Public Prosecutor General
Barbara Piwnik 19 October 2001 – 6 July 2002
Grzegorz Kurczuk 6 July 2002 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Labour and Social Policy Jerzy Hausner 19 October 2001 – 7 January 2003
Minister of National Defence Jerzy Szmajdziński 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Minister of National Education and Sport Krystyna Łybacka 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Minister of Science Michał Kleiber 19 October 2001 – 2 May 2004
Minister of State Treasury Wiesław Kaczmarek 19 October 2001 – 7 January 2003
Sławomir Cytrycki 7 January 2003 – 2 April 2003
Piotr Czyżewski 2 April 2003 – 21 January 2004
Zbigniew Kaniewski 28 January 2004 – 2 May 2004
Minister, Member of the Council of Ministers Lech Nikolski 7 January 2003 – 2 May 2004
Danuta Hübner 16 June 2003 – 30 April 2004


References[edit]

  1. ^ David Holley; Ela Kasprzycka (20 October 2001). "Ex-Communist Sworn In as Polish Premier". Los Angeles Times. Warsaw. Retrieved 28 August 2013.