Movement for Reconstruction of Poland

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Movement for Reconstruction of Poland
Ruch Odbudowy Polski
Leader Jan Olszewski (1995–2011)
Stanisław Gogacz (2011–2012)
Founded 18 October 1995
Dissolved 23 June 2012
Headquarters Al. Zjednoczenia 17 lok. 27a, 01-829, Warsaw
Ideology Polish nationalism
Social conservatism
Political catholicism
Hard euroscepticism
Political position Far-right
Colours Red, White
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Movement for the Reconstruction of Poland (Polish: Ruch Odbudowy Polski, ROP) was a conservative[1] and Eurosceptic political party in Poland. It participated in election to the Polish parliament, the Sejm, at Polish parliamentary election, 1997, where it received 5.6% of the vote, to elect six Members of Parliament. At the following legislative elections in 2001, two of its members were elected to the Sejm from the League of Polish Families electoral committee ticket. The party ended its activities on 23 June 2012.

During Polish parliamentary election, 2007 members of Movement for Reconstruction of Poland were elected from lists of Law and Justice.


  • Jan Olszewski - party chairman from 1995 to 2011, he founded the party in 1995
  • Stanisław Gogacz - party chairman from 2011, member of Polish Senate from 2007

Members of Polish Parliament (Sejm) 2001-2005[edit]

MP, constituency


  1. ^ Paul G. Lewis (2000). Political Parties in Post-Communist Eastern Europe. Routledge. pp. 51–. ISBN 978-0-415-20182-7. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 

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