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Andrzej Olechowski

Andrzej Olechowski
Finance Minister of Poland
3rd Minister of Finance of the Third Republic of Poland
In office
26 February 1992 – 5 June 1992
President Lech Wałęsa
Prime Minister Jan Olszewski
Preceded by Karol Lutowski
Succeeded by Jerzy Osiatyński
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland
2nd Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Third Republic of Poland
In office
26 October 1993 – 6 March 1995
President Lech Wałęsa
Prime Minister Waldemar Pawlak
Preceded by Krzysztof Skubiszewski
Succeeded by Władysław Bartoszewski
Personal details
Born (1947-09-09) 9 September 1947
Kraków, Poland
Political party Civic Platform (–2009)
Spouse(s) Irena Olechowska
Children Sons Marcin and Jacek
Profession Economist

Andrzej Marian Olechowski  ( ) (born 9 September 1947 in Kraków, Poland) is a Polish politician. He was one of the co-founders of conservative liberal party Civic Platform in 2001 with Maciej Płażyński and Donald Tusk. He served as Minister of Finanse (1992) in the Jan Olszewski's Government and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1993–1995) in the Waldemar Pawlak's Government.

Olechowski was an independent candidate in 2000 presidential election, coming second after incumbent Aleksander Kwaśniewski. In 2002, he was Civic Platform's candidate for president of Warsaw but failed to even get to the second round. Afterwards he began moving away from politics.

He left the Civic Platform in July 2009 and started co-operating with the Democratic Party.[1] He was one of the candidates in the 2010 Polish presidential election, but got only 1.44% of votes and didn't get into the second round.

  • Director of Euronet, USA.
  • 2005 functions
    • Supervisory Boards of Citibank Handlowy and Europejski Fundusz Hipoteczny;
    • Senior Advisor, Central Europe Trust Polska;
    • Director, Studiam Generale Europa;
    • Chairman, Citizens for the Republic.
    • President of The Central European Forum
  • Activities
    • former Minister of Foreign Affairs (1993–95)of the Republic of Poland
    • former Minister of Finance (1992) of the Republic of Poland.
    • Chairman of the City Council in Wilanow (1994–98);
    • Economic Advisor to President Walesa (1992–93; 1995);
    • Secretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations (1991–92);
    • Deputy Governor, National Bank of Poland (1989–91);
    • Director of Department, Ministry of Foreign Economics Relations (1988–89) and National Bank of Poland (1987–88);
    • Economist, The World Bank, Washington, D.C. (1985–87);
    • Economic Affairs Officer, UNCTAD, Geneva (1982–84);
    • Department Head, Foreign Trade Research Institute (1978–82).
  • Education

References

  1. ^ http://derstandard.at/fs/r514/Europa
  2. ^ "List of Fellows". ci.edu.pl. Retrieved 25 April 2011. 

External links

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