Bronisław Komorowski

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Bronisław Komorowski
Rada Krajowa Platformy Obywatelskiej RP, Warszawa (6.02.2015) (15836909753) (cropped).jpg
5th President of Poland
In office
6 August 2010 – 6 August 2015
Prime MinisterDonald Tusk
Ewa Kopacz
Preceded byGrzegorz Schetyna (Acting)
Succeeded byAndrzej Duda
In office
10 April 2010 – 8 July 2010
Prime MinisterDonald Tusk
Preceded byLech Kaczyński
Succeeded byBogdan Borusewicz (Acting)
Marshal of the Sejm
In office
5 November 2007 – 8 July 2010
PresidentLech Kaczyński
Prime MinisterJarosław Kaczyński
Donald Tusk
Preceded byLudwik Dorn
Succeeded byGrzegorz Schetyna
Minister of National Defence
In office
16 June 2000 – 19 October 2001
Prime MinisterJerzy Buzek
Preceded byJanusz Onyszkiewicz
Succeeded byJerzy Szmajdziński
Personal details
Bronisław Maria Komorowski

(1952-06-04) 4 June 1952 (age 70)
Oborniki Śląskie, Poland
Political partyIndependent (2010–present)
Other political
Civic Platform (2001–2010)
Conservative People's Party (Before 2001)
Spouse(s)Anna Dziadzia(m. 1977)
ChildrenZofia Aleksandra (b. 1979)
Tadeusz Jan (b. 1981)
Maria Anna (b. 1983)
Piotr Zygmunt (b. 1986)
Elżbieta Jadwiga (b. 1989)
Alma materUniversity of Warsaw

Bronisław Maria Komorowski (born 4 June 1952, Oborniki Śląskie)[1] is a Polish centre-right politician and the ex-President of Poland. He was elected on 5 July 2010, after President Lech Kaczyński died in a plane crash near Smolensk, Russia.[2]

Previously, Komorowski, who is a member of the Sejm since 1989, was an opposition activist during a period of communist rule, Minister of Defense (2000-2001) and Marshal of the Sejm (2007-2010).

A member of the old Polish nobility, he's related to, among others, General Tadeusz Bór-Komorowski, who led the Warsaw uprising during World War II, and to Crown Princess Mathilde of Belgium.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Biuletyn Informacji Publicznej Instytutu Pamięci Narodowej". (in Polish). Retrieved 2019-05-12.
  2. "Parliament Head Komorowski Becomes Poland President after Kaczynski's Death". 10 April 2010. Retrieved 10 April 2010.

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