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Warmian-Masurian Regional Assembly

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Sejmik Województwa Warmińsko-Mazurskiego
HousesRegional Assembly (sejmik wojewódzki)
Bernadeta Hordejuk, KO
Edward Adamczyk, Grażyna Kluge, Zbigniew Homza
Seats30 councillors
Political groups
Executive board
  •   KO (12)
  •   PSL (7)

Opposition parties

Last election
21 October 2018
Meeting place
Voivodeship's Offices, Olsztyn
Warmian-Masurian Regional Assembly

The Warmian-Masurian Regional Assembly (Polish: Sejmik Województwa Warmińsko-Mazurskiego) is the regional legislature of the voivodeship of Warmian-Masurian, Poland. It is a unicameral body consists of thirty councillors elected in free elections for a five-year term. The current chairperson of the assembly is Bernadeta Hordejuk of the KO.[1]

The assembly elects the executive board that acts as the collective executive for the regional government, headed by the province's marshal. The current Executive Board of Warmia-Masuria is a coalition government between Civic Coalition and Polish People's Party with Gustaw Brzezin of the PSL presiding as marshal.[2]

The Regional Assembly meets in the Marshal's Office in Olsztyn.


Members of the Assembly are elected from five districts, serve five-year terms. Districts does not have the constituencies formal names. Instead, each constituency has a number and territorial description.

Number Seats City counties Land counties
1 6 Olsztyn Nidzica, Olsztyn
2 6 None Działdowo, Iława, Nowe Miasto, Ostróda
3 7 Elbląg Bartoszyce, Braniewo, Elbląg, Lidzbark
4 5 None Giżycko, Gołdap, Kętrzyn, Olecko, Węgorzewo
5 6 None Ełk, Mrągowo, Pisz, Szczytno

See also


  1. ^ "Sejmik Wojeówdztwa Warmińsko-Mazurskiego".
  2. ^ "Zarząd Województwa 2018-2023".
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