Lublin (parliamentary constituency)

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The Lublin constituency covers the city of Lublin and the surrounding area, in the east of Poland.

Lublin is a Polish parliamentary constituency in the Lublin Voivodeship. It elects fifteen members of the Sejm and three members of the Senate.

The district has the number '6' and is named after the city of Lublin. It includes the counties of Janów Lubelski, Kraśnik, Łęczna, Lubartów, Lublin, Łuków, Opole Lubelskie, Puławy, Ryki, and Świdnik and the city county of Lublin.

List of members[edit]


Member Party Term
Grzegorz Czelej Law and Justice
Ryszard Bender Law and Justice
Stanisław Gogacz Law and Justice


Member Party Term
Magdalena Gąsior-Marek Civic Platform
Włodzimierz Witold Karpiński Civic Platform
Elżbieta Kruk Law and Justice
Jan Łopata Polish People's Party
Gabriela Masłowska Law and Justice
Krzysztof Michałkiewicz Law and Justice
Joanna Mucha Civic Platform
Małgorzata Sadurska Law and Justice
Izabella Sierakowska Social Democracy of Poland
Lech Sprawka Law and Justice
Marian Starownik Polish People's Party 2010–[A]
Jarosław Stawiarski Law and Justice
Wojciech Wilk Civic Platform
Zbigniew Wojciechowski Poland Comes First[B] 2011–[C]
Jarosław Żaczek Civic Platform
^B Replaced Edward Wojtas on 20 May 2010.
^B Elected for Civic Platform.
^C Replaced Janusz Palikot on 1 February 2011.