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Prime Ministers of the Duchy of Warsaw (1807–1813)Edit

Main article: Duchy of Warsaw
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office Monarch
(Reign)
1 60px Stanisław Małachowski
(1736–1809)
5 October 1807 14 December 1807 Duke Frederick Augustus I
Fryderyk August I
(1807–1813)
2 60px Ludwik Szymon Gutakowski
(1740–1808)
14 December 1807 November 1808
60px Józef Poniatowski
(1763–1813)
Acting Prime Minister
November 1808 25 March 1809
3 60px Stanisław Kostka Potocki
(1755–1821)
25 March 1809 May 1813

Presidents of the Polish National Government (1830–1831)Edit

Main article: Polish National Government (November Uprising)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office
1 60px Adam Jerzy Czartoryski
(1770–1861)
3 December 1830 15 August 1831
60px Józef Chłopicki
(1771–1854)
(dictator.)
5 December 1830 17 January 1831
2 60px Gen. Jan Stefan Krukowiecki
(1772–1850)
17 August 1831 7 September 1831
3 60px Bonawentura Niemojowski
(1787–1835)
8 September 1831 23 September 1831
4 60px Jan Nepomucen Umiński
(1778–1851)
23 September 1831 23 September 1831
5 60px Maciej Rybiński
(1784–1874)
25 September 1831 9 October 1831

Presidents of the National Government of the Republic of Poland (1846)Edit

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office
1 60px
Tyssowski.
National Government of the Republic of Poland (triumvirate):

Jan Tyssowski (President)
(1811–1857)
Ludwik Gorzkowski
(1811–1857)
Aleksander Grzegorzewski
(1806–1855)

22 February 1846 24 February 1846
2 60px Jan Tyssowski
(1811–1857)
(dictator.)
24 February 1846 3 March 1846

President of the National Committee in Poznań (1848)Edit

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office
1 60px Gustaw Potworowski
(1800–1860)
20 March 1848 9 May 1848

Presidents of the Polish National Government (1863–1864)Edit

Main article: Polish National Government (January Uprising)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office
1 60px Stefan Bobrowski
(1840–1863)
21 January 1863 17 February 1863
60px Ludwik Mierosławski
(1814–1878)
(dictator.)
17 February 1863 11 March 1863
60px Marian Langiewicz
(1827–1887)
(dictator.)
11 March 1863 18 March 1863
2 60px Stefan Bobrowski
(1840–1863)
21 March 1863 12 April 1863
3 60px Agaton Giller
(1831–1887)
12 April 1863 23 May 1863
4 60px Franciszek Dobrowolski
(1830–1896)
23 May 1863 9 June 1863
5 60px Piotr Kobylański
(1823–1868)
9 June 1863 10 June 1863
6 60px Karol Majewski
(1833–1897)
14 June 1863 17 September 1863
7 60px Franciszek Dobrowolski
(1830–1896)
17 September 1863 17 October 1863
8 60px Romuald Traugutt
(1826–1864)
(dictator.)
17 October 1863 10 April 1864
9 60px Aleksander Waszkowski
(1841–1865)
12 April 1864 19 December 1864
10 60px Bronisław Brzeziński
(1837–1865)
20 April 1864 October 1864

Prime Ministers of the Kingdom of Poland (1917–1918)Edit

Main article: Kingdom of Poland (1916–18)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office Political party
1 60px Jan Kucharzewski
(1876–1952)
26 November 1917 27 February 1918 Independent
2 60px Antoni Ponikowski
(1878–1949)
27 February 1918 4 April 1918 National-Democratic Party
3 60px Jan Kanty Steczkowski
(1862–1929)
4 April 1918 23 October 1918 Party of the National Right
4 60px Józef Świeżyński
(1868–1948)
23 October 1918 3 November 1918 National-Democratic Party
5 60px Władysław Wróblewski
(1875–1951)
3 November 1918 14 November 1918 Independent

Prime Ministers of the People's Republic (1918)Edit

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office Political party
60px Ignacy Daszyński
(1866–1936)
7 November 1918 14 November 1918 Polish Socialist Party

Note: Until 11 November, Daszyński was Prime Minister in the Polish People's Republic, based at Lublin, in the territory occupied by Austrian troops. On 11 November, he was invited to form a national government but failed and resigned three days later.

Prime Ministers of the Republic of Poland (1918–1939)Edit

Main article: Second Polish Republic
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office Political party
1 60px Jędrzej Moraczewski
(1870–1944)
18 November 1918 18 January 1919 Polish Socialist Party
2 60px Ignacy Jan Paderewski
(1860–1941)
18 January 1919 13 November 1919 Independent
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| 3 60px Leopold Skulski
(1878–1940)
13 December 1919 27 June 1920 Polish People's Party "Piast"
4 60px Władysław Grabski
(1874–1938)
(1st time)
27 June 1920 24 July 1920 Popular National Union
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| 5 60px Wincenty Witos
(1874–1945)
(1st time)
4 July 1920 19 September 1921 Polish People's Party "Piast"
6 60px Antoni Ponikowski
(1878–1949)
19 September 1921 28 June 1922 Polish Christian Democratic Party
7 60px Artur Śliwiński
(1877–1953)
28 June 1922 31 July 1922 Polish Socialist Party
8 60px Julian Nowak
(1865–1946)
31 July 1922 16 December 1922 Party of the National Right
9 60px Władysław Sikorski
(1881–1943)
(1st time)
16 December 1922 28 May 1923 Independent
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| 10 60px Wincenty Witos
(1874–1945)
(2nd time)
28 May 1923 19 December 1923 Polish People's Party "Piast"
11 60px Władysław Grabski
(1874–1938)
(2nd time)
19 December 1923 20 November 1925 Popular National Union/Christian Union of National Unity
12 60px Aleksander Skrzyński
(1882–1931)
20 November 1925 10 May 1926 Party of the National Right
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| 13 60px Wincenty Witos
(1874–1945)
(3rd time)
10 May 1926 14 May 1926 Polish People's Party "Piast"
14 60px Kazimierz Bartel
(1882–1941)
(1st time)
15 May 1926 4 June 1926 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
8 June 1926 24 September 1926
27 September 1926 30 September 1926
15 60px Józef Piłsudski
(1867–1935)
(1st time)
2 October 1926 27 June 1928 Independent
16 60px Kazimierz Bartel
(1882–1941)
(2nd time)
27 June 1928 14 April 1929 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
17 60px Kazimierz Świtalski
(1886–1962)
14 April 1929 29 December 1929 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
18 60px Kazimierz Bartel
(1882–1941)
(3rd time)
29 December 1929 29 March 1930 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
19 60px Walery Sławek
(1879–1939)
(1st time)
29 March 1930 25 August 1930 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
20 60px Józef Piłsudski
(1867–1935)
(2nd time)
25 August 1930 4 December 1930 Independent
21 60px Walery Sławek
(1879–1939)
(2nd time)
4 December 1930 27 May 1931 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
22 60px Aleksander Prystor
(1874–1941)
27 May 1931 10 May 1933 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
23 60px Janusz Jędrzejewicz
(1885–1951)
10 May 1933 15 May 1934 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
24 60px Leon Kozłowski
(1892–1944)
15 May 1934 28 March 1935 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
25 60px Walery Sławek
(1879–1939)
(3rd time)
28 March 1935 13 October 1935 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
26 60px Marian Zyndram-Kościałkowski
(1892–1946)
13 October 1935 15 May 1936 Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government
27 60px Felicjan Sławoj Składkowski
(1885–1962)
15 May 1936 30 September 1939 Independent

Prime Ministers of the Government of the Republic of Poland in Exile (1939–1990)Edit

Main article: Polish government-in-exile

After the German conquest of Poland, a Polish government-in-exile was formed under the protection of France and Britain. The government was recognized by the United Kingdom and the United States until 5 July 1945, when the Western Allies accepted Stalin's Communist government. By the end of 1946, the government-in-exile had lost recognition by all but a handful of independent nations. Despite this, it continued in London until the election of Lech Wałęsa as President of the Republic of Poland in December 1990.

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office Political party
1 60px Władysław Sikorski
(1881–1943)
30 September 1939 18 July 1940 Independent
18 July 1940 4 July 1943
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| 2 60px Stanisław Mikołajczyk
(1901–1966)
14 July 1943 24 November 1944 People's Party
3 60px Tomasz Arciszewski
(1877–1955)
29 November 1944 5 July 1945
(lost recognition by major Allied powers)
Polish Socialist Party

Prime Ministers of the Government-in-Exile (with little or no international recognition, 1945–1990)Edit

Chairmen of the Executive for National Unity (1954–1972)Edit

In 1954, one group within the government-in-exile opposed the continuation of August Zaleski as President of the government-in-exile beyond the end of his seven-year term. They established the Council of National Unity, vested the powers of the President in the Rada Trzech (three-man council), and appointed their own government, the Executive for National Unity. After the death of Zaleski in 1972, the Council of National Unity dissolved and ceded its powers to Zaleski's successor Stanisław Ostrowski.

Prime Ministers of the People's Republic of Poland (1944–1989)Edit

Main article: People's Republic of Poland
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Entered office Left office Political party
1 60px Edward Osóbka-Morawski
(1909–1997)
22 July 1944 31 December 1944 Polish Socialist Party
31 December 1944 28 June 1945
28 June 1945 6 February 1947
2 60px Józef Cyrankiewicz
(1911–1989)
6 February 1947 20 November 1952 Polish Socialist Party/Polish United Workers' Party
3 60px Bolesław Bierut
(1892–1956)
20 November 1952 18 March 1954 Polish United Workers' Party
4 60px Józef Cyrankiewicz
(1911–1989)
18 March 1954 23 December 1970 Polish United Workers' Party
5 60px Piotr Jaroszewicz
(1909–1992)
23 December 1970 18 February 1980 Polish United Workers' Party
6 60px Edward Babiuch
(1927–)
18 February 1980 24 August 1980 Polish United Workers' Party
7 60px Józef Pińkowski
(1929–2000)
24 August 1980 11 February 1981 Polish United Workers' Party
8 60px Wojciech Jaruzelski
(1923–2014)
11 February 1981 6 November 1985 Polish United Workers' Party
9 60px Zbigniew Messner
(1929–2014)
6 November 1985 27 September 1988 Polish United Workers' Party
10 60px Mieczysław Rakowski
(1926–2008)
27 September 1988 2 August 1989 Polish United Workers' Party
11 60px Czesław Kiszczak
(1925–2015)
(lost vote of confidence.)
2 August 1989 24 August 1989 Polish United Workers' Party
12 60px Tadeusz Mazowiecki
(1927–2013)
(during democratic transition.)
24 August 1989 31 December 1989
(People's Republic
abolished.
)
Solidarity Citizens' Committee

Prime Ministers of the Republic of Poland (1990–present)Edit

Main article: History of Poland (1989–present)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Designated
Took office
Voted of confidence
Left office
R.: Resigned
Dis.: Dismissed
N.C.: Voted of no-confidence
Political party Cabinet Sejm
(Election)
style="background:Template:Democratic Union/meta/color; color:white"| 1 60px Tadeusz Mazowiecki
(1927–2013)
20 August 1989
24 August 1989
12 September 1989
R. 25 November 1990
4 January 1991
Solidarność (KO‘S’) until 1990
Democratic Union (UD) from 1990
Mazowiecki
KO‘S’ZSLPZPRSD
Contract
(1989)
60px Jan Olszewski
(1930–)
(Never took office.)[1] Centre Agreement (PC)
style="background:Template:Freedom Union/meta/color; color:white"| 2 60px Jan Krzysztof Bielecki
(1951–)
4 January 1991
4 January 1991
12 January 1991
R. 5 December 1991
6 December 1991
Liberal Democratic Congress (KLD) Bielecki
KLDZChNPCSD
style="background:Template:Democratic Union/meta/color; color:white"| — 60px Bronisław Geremek
(1932–2008)
(Never took office.)[1] Democratic Union (UD) I
(1991)
3 60px Jan Olszewski
(1930–)
6 December 1991
6 December 1991
23 December 1991
Dis. 5 June 1992
5 June 1992
Centre Agreement (PC) Olszewski
PCZChN–PSL.PL
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| 4 60px Waldemar Pawlak
(1959–)
5 June 1992
5 June 1992
(no confidence vote.)
R. 7 July 1992
11 July 1992
Polish People's Party (PSL) Pawlak I
PSL
style="background:Template:Democratic Union/meta/color; color:white"| 5 60px Hanna Suchocka
(1946–)
10 July 1992
11 July 1992
11 July 1992
28 May 1993
26 October 1993
Democratic Union (UD) Suchocka
UDKLDZChN–PChD–
PPPP–PSL.PL
style="background:Template:Polish People's Party/meta/color; color:white"| (4) 60px Waldemar Pawlak
(1959–)
18 October 1993
26 October 1993
10 November 1993
1 March 1995
7 March 1995
Polish People's Party (PSL) Pawlak II
SLDPSLBBWR
II
(1993)
6 60px Józef Oleksy
(1946–2015)
1 March 1995
7 March 1995
4 March 1995
26 January 1996
7 February 1996
Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) Oleksy
SLDPSL
7 60px Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz
(1950–)
7 February 1996
7 February 1996
15 February 1996
R. 17 October 1997
31 October 1997
Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) Cimoszewicz
SLDPSL
8 60px Jerzy Buzek
(1940–)
17 October 1997
31 October 1997
11 November 1997
Dis. 19 October 2001
19 October 2001
Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) Buzek
AWSUW
III
(1997)
9 60px Leszek Miller
(1946–)
4 October 2001
19 October 2001
26 October 2001
& 13 June 2003
R. 2 May 2004
2 May 2004
Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) Miller
SLDUPPSL
IV
(2001)
10 60px Marek Belka
(1952–)
2 May 2004
2 May 2004
14 May 2004 (rejected.)
N.C. 14 May 2004
11 June 2004
Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) Belka I
SLDUP
11 June 2004
11 June 2004
24 June 2004
& 15 October 2004
R. 5 May 2005
Dis. 19 October 2005

31 October 2005
Belka II
SLDUP
11 60px Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz
(1959–)
19 October 2005
31 October 2005
10 November 2005
R. 10 July 2006
14 July 2006
Law and Justice (PiS) Marcinkiewicz
PiSSRPLPR
V
(2005)
12 60px Jarosław Kaczyński
(1949–)
10 July 2006
14 July 2006
19 July 2006
R. 5 November 2007
16 November 2007
Law and Justice (PiS) Kaczyński
PiSSRPLPR
13 60px Donald Tusk
(1957–)
9 November 2007
16 November 2007
24 November 2007
R. 8 November 2011
18 November 2011
Civic Platform (PO) Tusk I
POPSL
VI
(2007)
8 November 2011
18 November 2011
19 November 2011
R. 11 September 2014
22 September 2014
Tusk II
POPSL
VII
(2011)
14 60px Ewa Kopacz
(1956–)
15 September 2014
22 September 2014
1 October 2014
R. 12 November 2015
16 November 2015
Civic Platform (PO) Kopacz
POPSL
15 60px Beata Szydło
(1963–)
13 November 2015
16 November 2015
18 November 2015
Incumbent Law and Justice (PiS) Szydło
PiS
VIII
(2015)

1 Invited to form a government by the President, but failed to form a government and resigned.

Beata SzydłoEwa KopaczDonald TuskJarosław KaczyńskiKazimierz MarcinkiewiczMarek BelkaLeszek MillerJerzy BuzekWłodzimierz CimoszewiczJózef OleksyWaldemar PawlakHanna SuchockaWaldemar PawlakJan OlszewskiJan Krzysztof BieleckiTadeusz MazowieckiCzesław KiszczakMieczysław RakowskiZbigniew MessnerWojciech JaruzelskiJózef PińkowskiEdward BabiuchPiotr JaroszewiczJózef CyrankiewiczBolesław BierutJózef CyrankiewiczEdward Osóbka-Morawski

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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