Michał Kamiński Politician
Michał Tomasz Kamiński (born 28 March 1972) is a Polish politician and a Member of the European Parliament for Warsaw with Poland Comes First (PJN). He was chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists in the European Parliament from July 2009 until March 2011. Kamiński was a founder member of the Christian National Union (ZChN) in 1989, and served on its board from 1995 to 2001. Kamiński was elected to the Sejm in 1997 for Solidarity Electoral Action, which included ZChN. In 2001, he joined the Right Alliance (PP), which merged with Law and Justice (PiS) the following year, having been reelected on the PP-PiS joint ticket in 2001. He was elected to the European Parliament in 2004, representing Warsaw. He stepped down to become Secretary of State in Chancellery of the President Lech Kaczyński's . He was returned as an MEP in the 2009 election, and was elected chairman of the new European Conservatives and Reformists group. In November 2010, he left PiS to form the more liberal Poland Comes First (PJN); while remaining in the ECR, he stepped down as chairman in March 2011.
|Date of birth|
|March 28th, 1972|
1. University of Warsaw
The University of Warsaw (Polish: Uniwersytet Warszawski) is the largest university in Poland and one of the most prestigious, ranked by Perspektywy magazine as best Polish university in 2010 and 2011.. Positioned byTimes Higher Education Supplement,QS World University Rankings and ARWU as the second-best Polish university among the world's top 500.
2005. 132 mil. $
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|Official web page||www.uw.edu.pl|
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Poland Comes First
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Poland Comes First, also rendered as Poland is the Most Important, and abbreviated to PJN, was a centre-right, conservative liberal, political party in Poland. It was formed as a breakaway group from Law and Justice. By early 2011, the party had eighteen members of the Sejm, one member of the Senate, and three members of the European Parliament. Poland Comes First ceased to exist as a political party in December 2013, when it joined the new centre-right party led by Jarosław Gowin named Poland Together. Spurred by the expulsion of Joanna Kluzik-Rostkowska from the party, the party was founded as a moderate, "liberal" splinter from Law and Justice, whom PJN claimed had drifted to the right under party leader Jarosław Kaczyński. More pro-free market than PiS, Poland Comes First has criticised the slow pace of economic reforms by the Civic Platform government. In 2011, the party received defectors from PO, giving it representation in the Senate. However, the party failed to win any Sejm or Senate seats in the October 2011 Parliamentary election.
Law and Justice
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Law and Justice, abbreviated to PiS, is a national-conservative political party in Poland. With 138 seats in the Sejm and 30 in the Senate, it is the second-largest party in the Polish parliament. The party was founded in 2001 by the Kaczyński twins, Lech and Jarosław. It was formed from part of the Solidarity Electoral Action, with the Christian democratic Centre Agreement forming the new party's core. The party won the 2005 election, while Lech Kaczyński won the presidency. Jarosław served as Prime Minister, before calling elections in 2007, in which the party came second to Civic Platform. Several leading members, including Lech Kaczyński, died in a plane crash in 2010. The party programme is dominated by the Kaczyński's anti-corruption, conservative, law and order agenda. It has embraced economic interventionism, while maintaining a socially conservative stance that moved in 2005 towards the Catholic Church; the party's Catholic-nationalist wing split off in 2011 to form United Poland.