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Marek Stefan Borowski
|Marshal of the Sejm|
19 October 2001 – 20 August 2004
|Prime Minister||Jerzy Buzek, Leszek Miller|
|Preceded by||Maciej Płażyński|
|Succeeded by||Józef Oleksy|
|Finance Minister of Poland|
26 October 1993 – 8 February 1994
|Prime Minister||Waldemar Pawlak|
|Preceded by||Jerzy Osiatyński|
|Succeeded by||Grzegorz Kołodko|
|Born||4 January 1946|
|Political party||Democratic Left Alliance, Social Democratic Party of Poland|
Marek Stefan Borowski (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmarɛk bɔˈrɔfskʲi]; born 4 January 1946 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish left-wing politician. He led the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) for a time and was Speaker of the Sejm (the lower, more powerful, house of Poland's parliament) from 2001 to 2004.
From 2004 to January 2009 he was the leader and chairman, of a new Polish left-wing party called Social Democracy of Poland (SdPl), formed from a break-away group of SLD. He was a candidate in the presidential elections in 2005, but he got fourth place, with 10%.
Marek Borowski is an MP from Piła, but in the September 2005 parliamentary elections he contested a seat in Warsaw. Borowski was the Social Democratic presidential candidate in the 2005 Polish presidential elections. Just as his party received a massive defeat in the September 2005 Parliamentary elections, Borowski lost the presidential elections, receiving 10% of the vote and fourth place, despite Aleksander Kwaśniewski's support following the withdrawal of Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz.
He most recently ran (unsuccessfully) for the office of mayor of Warsaw in the 2010 local elections.
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