Deputy Marshal of the Sejm

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Deputy Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland
Wicemarszałek Sejmu Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej
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Presidum of the Sejm
SeatSejm and Senate Complex of Poland, Warsaw
AppointerThe Sejm
Inaugural holderJakub Bojko, Andrzej Maj, Jędrzej Moraczewski, Stanisław Osiecki, Józef Ostachowski, Stanisław Nowicki, Zygmunt Seyda
Formation1919

Deputy Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland (Polish: Wicemarszałek Sejmu RP) is a person elected to preside over Sejm (Polish lower chamber of parliament) sessions when the Sejm Marshal is not presiding. Throughout the course of the Third Republic, there have always been several Deputy marshals, usually elected from some or all of the various parliamentary caucuses, rather than from the Government majority (although governing parties always have a majority in the Sejm Presidium, which is composed of the Marshal and Deputy Marshals).

Third Republic[edit]

9th term (2019-present)[edit]

Under Marshal Elżbieta Witek

8th term (2015-2019)[edit]

Under Marshals Marek Kuchciński and Elżbieta Witek

7th term (2011-2015)[edit]

Under Marshals Ewa Kopacz, Radosław Sikorski and Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska

6th term (2007-2011)[edit]

Under Marshals Bronisław Komorowski and Grzegorz Schetyna

5th term (2005-2007)[edit]

Under Marshals Marek Jurek and Ludwik Dorn

4th term (2001-2005)[edit]

Under Marshals Marek Borowski, Józef Oleksy and Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz

3rd term (1997-2001)[edit]

Under Marshal Maciej Płażyński

2nd term (1993-1997)[edit]

Under Marshals Józef Oleksy and Józef Zych

1st term (1991-1993)[edit]

Under Marshal Wiesław Chrzanowski

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