Second Cabinet of Waldemar Pawlak

The Second Cabinet of Waldemar Pawlak was the government of Poland from 18 October 1993 – 6 March 1995 during the 2nd legislature of the Sejm and the 3rd legislature of the Senate. It was appointed by President Lech Wałęsa on 18 October 1993, and passed the vote of confidence in Sejm on 10 November 1993. Led by Waldemar Pawlak, it is a centre-left coalition of two major parties: social democratic Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) and the agrarian Polish People's Party (PSL). Waldemar Pawlak succeeded Hanna Suchocka, who was the first female Polish Prime Minister.

Second Cabinet of Waldemar Pawlak
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Date formed18 October 1993
Date dissolved6 March 1995
People and organisations
Head of stateLech Wałęsa
Head of governmentWaldemar Pawlak
Deputy head of governmentMarek Borowski
Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz
Aleksander Łuczak
Member partyDemocratic Left Alliance, Polish People's Party, Labour United, Nonpartisan Bloc for Support of Reforms
Status in legislatureCoalition
Opposition partyDemocratic Union
Opposition leaderTadeusz Mazowiecki
History
Election(s)1993 Polish parliamentary election
PredecessorSuchocka
SuccessorOleksy
Office Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Waldemar Pawlak Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Marek Borowski Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 8 February 1994
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Justice, Public Prosecutor General Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of National Education Aleksander Łuczak Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Agriculture and Food Economy Andrzej Śmietanko Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Administrator of Central Planning Office Mirosław Pietrewicz Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Chairman of Committee of Research Witold Karczewski Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Communications Andrzej Zieliński Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Culture and Arts Kazimierz Dejmek Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Economic Co-operation with Foreign Countries Lesław Podkański Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Environment Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry Stanisław Żelichowski Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Finance Grzegorz Kołodko Democratic Left Alliance 28 April 1994 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrzej Olechowski Nonpartisan Bloc for Support of Reforms 18 October 1993 - 1 March 1995
Minister of Health and Social Security Ryszard Żochowski Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Industry and Commerce Marek Pol Labour United 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Infrastructure and Development Bogusław Liberadzki Independent 22 September 2014
Minister of Transport and Marine Economy Andrzej Milczanowski Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Labour and Social Policy Leszek Miller Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of National Defence Piotr Kołodziejczyk Independent 18 October 1993 - 11 November 1994
Zbigniew Okoński Independent 1 March 1995 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Ownership Transformation Wiesław Kaczmarek Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Minister of Spatial Economy and Construction Barbara Blida Democratic Left Alliance 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995
Chief of the Council of Ministers Office Michał Strąk Polish People's Party 18 October 1993 - 6 March 1995