Opole (parliamentary constituency)

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The Opole constituency is coterminous with the Opole Voivodeship and located in the south of Poland.

Opole is a Polish parliamentary constituency that is coterminous with the Opole Voivodeship. It elects thirteen members of the Sejm and three members of the Senate.

The district has the number '21' for elections to the Sejm and '20' for elections to the Senate, and is named after the city of Opole. It includes the counties of Brzeg, Głubczyce, Kędzierzyn-Koźle, Kluczbork, Krapkowice, Namysłów, Nysa, Olesno, Opole, Prudnik, Strzelce, and the city county of Opole.

List of members[edit]

Senate[edit]

Member Party Term
Ryszard Knosala Civic Platform
Norbert Krajczy Law and Justice
Piotr Wach Civic Platform

Sejm[edit]

Member Party Term
Andrzej Buła Civic Platform
Lena Dąbkowska-Cichocka Poland Comes First[A]
Ryszard Galla German Minority
Tomasz Garbowski Democratic Left Alliance
Tadeusz Jarmuziewicz Civic Platform
Sławomir Kłosowski Law and Justice
Leszek Korzeniowski Civic Platform
Adam Krupa Civic Platform
Janina Okrągły Civic Platform 2009–[B]
Stanisław Rakoczy Polish People's Party
Jan Religa Law and Justice
Łukasz Tusk Civic Platform
Robert Węgrzyn Civic Platform
^A Elected for Law and Justice.
^B Olendzka replaced Danuta Jazłowiecka on 24 June 2009.

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