Edward Mikołaj Babiuch (['edvart ˈbabjux] (listen); born 28 December 1927) is a Polish Communist political figure. He was one of four deputy chairmen of the Polish Council of State 1976–1980. Babiuch served as the 50th Prime Minister of Poland from 18 February to 24 August 1980.
|Prime Minister of Poland|
18 February 1980 – 24 August 1980
|First Secretary||Edward Gierek|
|Preceded by||Piotr Jaroszewicz|
|Succeeded by||Józef Pińkowski|
|Born||28 December 1927|
Grabocin, near Będzin, Poland
|Political party||Polish United Workers' Party|
- Profile of Edward Babiuch
- Staar, Richard Felix; Drachkovitch, Milorad M.; Gann, Lewis H. (1981), Yearbook on International Communist Affairs, Hoover Institution Publication, 235, Hoover Institution Press, p. 282, ISBN 978-0-8179-7501-2.
- Starski, Stanislaw (1982), Class Struggle in Classless Poland, South End Press, p. 110, ISBN 978-0-89608-140-6.
| Prime Minister of Poland
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