Lesser Poland Regional Assembly

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Lesser Poland Regional Assembly
Sejmik Województwa Małopolskiego
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairperson
Urszula Nowogórska, PSL
Vice-Chairpersons
Kazimierz Barczyk, PO
Zdzisław Filip, PiS
Małgorzata Radwan-Ballada, PO
Structure
Seats 39 councillors
Lesser Poland Sejmik.svg
Political groups

Executive board

  •      PO (14)
  •      PSL (8)

Opposition parties

  •      PiS (17)
Elections
Last election
16 November 2014
Meeting place
Małopolski Urząd Wojewódzki w Krakowie.jpg
Marshal's Office, Kraków
Website
Lesser Poland Regional Assembly

The Lesser Poland Regional Assembly (Polish: Sejmik Województwa Małopolskiego) is the regional legislature of the Voivodeship of Lesser Poland. It is a unicameral parliamentary body consisting of thirty-nine councillors elected to four-year terms. The current chairperson of the assembly is Urszula Nowogórska.[1]

The assembly elects the executive board that acts as the collective executive for the regional government, headed by the province's marshal. The current Executive Board of Lesser Poland is a coalition government between Civic Platform and the Polish People's Party, headed by Marshal Jacek Krupa of Civic Platform.[2]

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

Districts[edit]

Members of the Lesser Poland Regional Assembly are elected from six districts, serving 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
1 5 None Chrzanów, Olkusz, Oświęcim
2 5 None Kraków, Miechów, Proszowice, Wieliczka
3 9 Kraków None
4 7 None Myślenice, Nowy Targ, Sucha, Tatra, Wadowice
5 7 Tarnów Bochnia, Brzesko, Dąbrowa, Tarnów
6 6 Nowy Sącz Gorlice, Limanowa, Nowy Sącz

2006-10 Term[edit]

Groups (party) Members
Civic Platform (PO) 11+2
Law and Justice (PiS) 11+1
Lesser Poland Commonwealth (Wspólnota Małopolska, WM) 5
Polish People's Party (PSL) 4
League of Polish Families (LPR) 3
Together form Lesser Poland (Razem dla Małopolski, RdM) 2
Councillors Groups
1 Kazimierz Barczyk PO
2 Jan Bereza WM
3 Grzegorz Biedroń PiS
4 Wojciech Bosak LPR
5 Krystyna Broda PO
6 Roman Ciepiela PO
7 Kazimierz Czekaj PO
8 Stanisław Dębski LPR
9 Barbara Dziwisz PO
10 Renata Godyń-Swędzioł PiS
11 Jan Hamerski PiS
12 Stanisław Handzlik PO
13 Krzysztof Kiciński - (PO)
14 Ewa Klich WM
15 Barbara Kosińska-Geras PiS
16 Witold Kozłowski PiS
17 Andrzej Kramarczyk PiS
18 Brygida Kuźniak RdM
19 Adam Kwaśniak WM
20 Marek Lasota PO
21 Maria Malinowska PiS
22 Bogusław Mąsior RdM
23 Marek Nawara WM
24 Stefan Nowak PSL
25 Urszula Nowogórska PSL
26 Jerzy Ochman PO
27 Zbysław Owczarski PiS
28 Andrzej Romanek PiS
29 Andrzej Sasuła WM
30 Marek Sowa PO
31 Piotr Stachura LPR
32 Teresa Starmach PO
33 Andrzej Sztorc PSL
34 Agata Szuta PiS
35 Franciszek Szydłowski PSL
36 Iwona Tworzydło PiS
37 Ewa Wicher - (PO)
38 Leszek Zegzda PO
39 Elżbieta Zięba - (PiS)

None: Three councillors are not members of groups, but are member of party

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prezydium Sejmiku". Województwa Małopolskiego. Lesser Poland Regional Assembly. 
  2. ^ "Zarząd Województwa". Województwo Małopolskie. Executive Board of Lesser Poland. Retrieved 18 January 2016. 

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