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Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski

Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski
Minister of Culture and National Heritage
In office
31 October 2005 – 16 November 2007
President Lech Kaczyński
Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz
Jarosław Kaczyński
Preceded by Waldemar Dąbrowski
Succeeded by Bogdan Zdrojewski
Minister of Culture and National Heritage
In office
16 March 2000 – 12 July 2001
President Aleksander Kwaśniewski
Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek
Preceded by Andrzej Zakrzewski
Succeeded by Andrzej Zieliński
Member of the Sejm
Assumed office
20 October 1997
Constituency 3 – Wrocław
Personal details
Born (1964-07-28) 28 July 1964
Kielce, Poland
Nationality Polish
Political party Law and Justice
Spouse(s) Lidia Ujazdowska

Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski (born 28 July 1964 in Kielce)[1] is a Polish politician. He was elected to the Sejm on 25 September 2005 with 46736 votes in 3 Wrocław district, as a candidate from the Law and Justice list. In the 2007 elections he received more than 70,000 votes.[2] On 14 December 2007 he decided to leave the party.[3] From 12 December 2007, he has been an unassociated member of Sejm. Kazimierz Ujazdowski is also an author of many books.

He was also a member of Sejm 1991-1993, Sejm 1997-2001, and Sejm 2001-2005. Since 31 October 2005 Polish Minister of Culture.[4]

See also


  1. ^ IPN
  2. ^ Poslowie VI kadencji (Delegates of the 6th session), Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski [4]
  3. ^ "Z klubu PiS odszedł kolejny poseł", Gazeta Wyborcza, 2009-01-08, [5]
  4. ^ "Twórca komiksu "Kajko i Kokosz" wyróżniony nagrodą prezydenta Gdańska" (Creator of the "Kajko and Kokosz" comics honored with award by president of Gdansk), Gazeta Wyborcza, 2007-09-22, [6]

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