Kuyavian-Pomeranian Regional Assembly

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Kuyavian-Pomeranian Regional Assembly
Sejmik Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairperson
Vice-Chairpersons
Adam Banaszak, PiS
Jarosław Katulski, PO
Marek Nowak, PO
Structure
Seats 33 councillors
Kuyavian-Pomeranian Sejmik.svg
Political groups

Executive board

  •      PO (14)
  •      PSL (10)

Opposition parties

Elections
Last election
16 November 2014
Meeting place
Urząd marszałkowski w Toruniu.jpg
Marshal's Office, Toruń
Website
Official website

The Kuyavian-Pomeranian Regional Assembly (Polish: Sejmik Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego) is the regional legislature of the Voivodeship of Kuyavia-Pomerania in Poland. It is a unicameral parliamentary body consisting of thirty-three councillors chosen during regional elections for a four-year term. The current chairperson of the assembly is Ryszard Bober.[1]

The assembly elects the executive board that acts as the collective executive for the regional government, headed by the voivodeship marshal. The current Executive Board of Silesia is a coalition government between the Polish People's Party and Civic Platform. The board's current chief executive is Marshal Piotr Całbecki of Civic Platform.[2]

The assembly convenes within the Marshal's Office in Toruń.

Leadership of the Assembly[edit]

The Chairperson of the Assembly (Polish: Przewodniczący Sejmiku, speaker or president) presides over the Assembly in the chief leadership position, controlling the flow of legislation. The Chairperson and two Vice-Chairpersons are elected by the coalition parties, followed by confirmation of the full Assembly on passage of a floor vote. Other Assembly leaders, such as the Group Chairperson (Przewodniczący Koła Radnych, Chairperson of Councillors' Club) are elected by internal rules.

Officers[edit]

  • Chairperson of the Assembly - Ryszard Bober, PSL
  • Vice-Chairperson of the Assembly - Adam Banaszak, PiS
  • Vice-Chairperson of the Assembly - Jarosław Katulski, PO
  • Vice-Chairperson of the Assembly - Marek Nowak, PO

Former Assembly leaders[edit]

Assembly Term Chairperson Vice-Chairpersons
Name Party In office Name Party In office
I 1998-2002 Unknown Unknown
II 2002-2006 Lucyna Andrysiak SLD 26.11.2002 - 2006[3] Zygmunt Kwiatkowski PSL 26.11.2002[4] - 12.09.2005[5]
Marek Wiśniewski 26.11.2002[4] - 26.11.2006
Ryszard Bober PSL 26.09.2005 - 2006[6]
III 12.11.2006 - 12.11.2010 Krzysztof Sikora PO since 24.11.2006[7] Grzegorz Schreiber PiS since 24.11.2006[8]
Ryszard Bober PSL since 24.11.2006[8]
IV 21.11.2010 - 21.11.2014 Dorota Jakuta PO since 29.11.2010[9] None
V 16.11.2014 - Ryszard Bober PSL since 16.11.2014

Districts[edit]

Electoral district.

Members of the assembly are elected from six districts and serve four-year terms. Districts does not have the constituencies' formal names. Instead, each constituency has a number and territorial description.

Number Seats City counties Land counties
1st district 6 Bydgoszcz None
2nd district 6 None Bydgoszcz, Nakło, Sępólno, Świecie, Tuchola
3rd district 5 Grudziądz Brodnica, Golub-Dobrzyń, Grudziądz, Wąbrzeźno
4th district 5 Toruń Chełmno, Toruń
5th district 5 None Inowrocław, Mogilno, Radziejów, Żnin
6th district 6 Włocławek Aleksandrów, Lipno, Rypin, Włocławek

2006 elections[edit]

Kuyavian-Pomeranian Regional Assembly elections on 12 November 2006[10]
Party Votes % Seats by districts
Total 1 2 3 4 5 6
Civic Platform (PO) 161,194 26.56 11 3 2 1 2 1 2
Law and Justice (PiS) 132,548 21.84 8 2 1 1 2 1 1
Left and Democrats (LiD) 122,541 20.19 6 1 1 1 1 1 1
Polish People's Party (PSL) 73,642 12.13 4 1 1 1 1
Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland (SoRP) 47,259 7.79 4 1 1 1 1
National Party of Retirees and Pensioners (KREiR) 24,539 4.04
League of Polish Families (LPR) 23,429 3.86
Real Politics Union (UPR) 9,735 1.60
Polish Labour Party (PPP) 8,369 1.38
National Revival of Poland (NOP) 3,620 0.60
Total 606,876 100.00 33 6 6 5 5 5 6
  • Registered voters: 1,631,856
  • Card issue: 704,242 (43.16%)
  • Votes counted: 702,714
  • Valid votes: 606,876

2006-10 Term[edit]

Party Members
Civic Platform (PO) 11
Law and Justice (PiS) 8
Left and Democrats (LiD) 6
Polish People's Party (PSL) 4
Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland (SoRP) 4
Councillors Party
1 Waldemar Achramowicz LiD
2 Lucyna Andrysiak LiD
3 Adam Banaszak PiS
4 Grzegorz Biernacki SoRP
5 Ryszard Bober PSL
6 Marek Bruzdowicz PO
7 Piotr Całbecki PO
8 Stanisław Drozdowski PO
9 Włodzisław Giziński PO
10 Ryszard Grobelski PiS
11 Paweł Jankiewicz PiS
12 Wojciech Jaranowski PiS
13 Leszek Kawski PO
14 Paweł Kiszka PO
15 Andrzej Kobiak PO
16 Sławomir Kopyść PO
17 Iwona Kozłowska PO
18 Adam Kroll SoRP
19 Maria Kurnatowska PSL
20 Bogdan Lewandowski LiD
21 Bartosz Nowacki SoRP
22 Silvana Oczkowska PSL
23 Regina Ostrowska PiS
24 Stanisław Pawlak LiD
25 Leszek Pluciński PO
26 Józef Rogacki PiS
27 Grzegorz Schreiber PiS
28 Krzysztof Sikora PO
29 Jan Szopiński LiD
30 Marcin Wnuk SoRP
31 Piotr Wolski LiD
32 Lech Zdrojewski PiS
33 Paweł Zgórzyński PSL

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Przewodniczący". Sejmik Województwa Kuyawsko-Pomorskiego. Marshal's Office of Kuyavia-Pomerania. Retrieved 20 January 2016. 
  2. ^ "Zarząd Województwa". Województwo Kuyawsko-Pomorskie. Marshal's Office of Kuyavia-Pomerania. Retrieved 20 January 2016. 
  3. ^ "Uchwała Nr I/1/2002" (in Polish). kujawsko-pomorskie.pl. Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  4. ^ a b "Uchwała Nr I/3/2002" (in Polish). kujawsko-pomorskie.pl. Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  5. ^ "Uchwała Nr XXXVII/511/05" (PDF) (in Polish). kujawsko-pomorskie.pl. Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  6. ^ "Uchwała Nr XXXVIII/518/05" (PDF) (in Polish). kujawsko-pomorskie.pl. Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  7. ^ "Uchwała Nr I/1/06" (PDF) (in Polish). kujawsko-pomorskie.pl. Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  8. ^ a b "Uchwała Nr I/2/06" (PDF) (in Polish). kujawsko-pomorskie.pl. Retrieved 2009-11-21. 
  9. ^ "Sejmik wybrał władze. Bez niespodzianek" (in Polish). gazeta.pl. 2010-11-29. Retrieved 2010-11-30. 
  10. ^ "Kuyavian-Pomeranian Regional Assembly elections". State Electoral Commission. Retrieved 2008-11-18. 

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