Zyta Gilowska

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Zyta Gilowska
Gilowska Kaczynski.jpg
Zyta Gilowska and Lech Kaczyński
Minister of Finance
In office
10 September 2007 – 16 November 2007
Prime MinisterJarosław Kaczyński
Preceded byJarosław Kaczyński (Acting)
Succeeded byJan Vincent-Rostowski
In office
22 September 2006 – 7 September 2007
Prime MinisterJarosław Kaczyński
Preceded byStanisław Kluza
Succeeded byJarosław Kaczyński (Acting)
In office
7 January 2006 – 24 June 2006
Prime MinisterKazimierz Marcinkiewicz
Preceded byTeresa Lubińska
Succeeded byPaweł Wojciechowski
Deputy Prime Minister
In office
10 September 2007 – 16 November 2007
Prime MinisterJarosław Kaczyński
Preceded byPrzemysław Gosiewski
Succeeded byPrzemysław Gosiewski
In office
22 September 2006 – 7 September 2007
Prime MinisterJarosław Kaczyński
Preceded byRoman Giertych
Succeeded byPrzemysław Gosiewski
In office
7 January 2006 – 24 June 2006
Prime MinisterKazimierz Marcinkiewicz
Preceded byLudwik Dorn
Succeeded byRoman Giertych
Personal details
Born(1949-07-07)7 July 1949
Nowe Miasto Lubawskie
Died5 April 2016(2016-04-05) (aged 66)
Świdnik, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland
NationalityPolish
Political partyFreedom Union
Civic Platform
Alma materWarsaw University
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University

Zyta Janina Gilowska [ˈzɨta gʲiˈlɔfska] (About this soundlisten) (7 July 1949 – 5 April 2016[1]) was a Polish economist, academic, and politician. She was born in Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Poland.

From 7 January to 23 June 2006, she was deputy prime minister and finance minister in the Law and Justice government under Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz.[2] She was fired due to allegations about her communist-era collaboration.[3][4] Paweł Wojciechowski replaced her as finance minister.[3]

From 22 September 2006 to 16 November 2007, she again was deputy prime minister and finance minister.[5] In October 2006, Gilowska was made the head of Poland's financial supervisory authority and the European Investment Bank governor of Poland.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Zyta Gilowska nie żyje. Tusk: "Odeszła jedna z najbardziej wyrazistych postaci polskiej polityki"" (in Polish). gazeta.pl. April 5, 2016. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  2. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, (25 September 2006). "Zyta or "Beata": The Convoluted Case of Poland's Deputy Prime Minister". World Politics Review. Retrieved 28 August 2013.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Polish minister fired in spy row". BBC. 23 June 2006. Retrieved 28 August 2013.
  4. Judy Dempsey (10 June 2006). "Polish President to Appoint His Twin as Prime Minister". The New York Times. Berlin. Retrieved 28 August 2013.
  5. "Poland Ministries". Rulers. Retrieved 28 August 2013.