Jerzy Czerwiński

Jerzy Czerwiński (Polish pronunciation: [ˈjɛ.ʐɨ t͡ʂɛrˈvʲiɲ.skʲi]; born 19 June 1960) is a Polish politician. He was elected to the Senate of Poland (10th term) representing the constituency of Opole.[1][2]

Jerzy Czerwiński
Jerzy Czerwiński Kancelaria Senatu 2015.jpg
Jerzy Czerwiński in 2015
Member of the Senate of Poland
Personal details
Born (1960-06-19) 19 June 1960 (age 61)
Niemodlin, Poland
Political partyLaw and Justice
Other political
affiliations
Ruch dla Rzeczypospolitej, Movement for Reconstruction of Poland, National-Catholic Movement

LifeEdit

In 1984, he graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the Silesian University of Technology, in 1993 he completed postgraduate studies in computer science at the Pedagogical University of Opole, and in 2013 he completed postgraduate studies in teaching mathematics in schools at the Silesian University of Technology. From 1984 to 1985 he was a quality specialist at Zakłady Urządzeń Komputerowych MERA-ELZAB in Zabrze. From 1986 to 1987 he worked at the Provincial Hospital. From 1987 to 2013 he worked as a teacher in a high school in Biała Prudnicka. Since 2013, he works as a teacher in a secondary school (Centrum Kształcenia Zawodowego i Ustawicznego) in Prudnik.

In the years 1993–1995 he belonged to the Ruch dla Rzeczypospolitej, later he was active in the Movement for the Reconstruction of Poland; in 1995 he co-organized the presidential campaign of Jan Olszewski in Opole. In the years 1994–1998 he was a member of the town and gmina council of Prudnik, then, until 2001, of the council of the Prudnik County on behalf of Solidarity Electoral Action. In 1998 he won the "Belfer Roku" poll organized by Gazeta Wyborcza.

After leaving the Movement for Reconstruction of Poland in 1997, he joined the National-Catholic Movement founded by Antoni Macierewicz. In the 2001 Polish parliamentary election, starting from the list of the League of Polish Families in the Opole district, he obtained 5,718 votes and was elected a deputy of the 4th term. From 23 October 2001, he was the vice-chairman of the National and Ethnic Minorities Committee. In November 2002, he co-founded the National-Catholic Movement parliamentary group,.[3]

In 2005, he unsuccessfully ran for the Senate of the 6th term on behalf of his own committee.[4] A year later, he was appointed councilor of the Opole regional council on behalf of the Law and Justice party. In the early parliamentary elections in 2007, he unsuccessfully ran from the Law and Justice list (he received 5,984 votes).[5] In the same elections, he ran unsuccessfully for the office of the mayor of Prudnik. In the 2014 local elections, he did not get a seat in the regional council again (he was on the Law and Justice list and a candidate recommended by United Poland).[6]

In 2015, he ran again to the Senate, this time on behalf of the Law and Justice party (as a member of the National-Catholic Movement) in district No. 51. He was elected senator of the 9th term, receiving 41,623 votes.[7] During his term of office, he left the National-Catholic Movement and joined Law and Justice.[8] Since 2015, he's a member of Stowarzyszenie "Ziemia Prudnicka",[9] which organizes patriotic, religious and national events in Prudnik.[10]

In the 2019 parliamentary elections, he successfully ran for Senate re-election, receiving 73,426 votes.[11]

Political viewsEdit

He spoke negatively about gender, homosexual and transsexual people, Islam, abortion, euthanasia and the European Union.[12][13][14][15]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Jerzy Czerwiński". Senate of Poland (in Polish). Retrieved 21 February 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ "Essential statistics about the Senate of the Tenth Term" (PDF). Senate of Poland. Archived (PDF) from the original on 21 February 2021. Retrieved 21 February 2021.
  3. ^ "Krótko - Archiwum Rzeczpospolitej". archiwum.rp.pl. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  4. ^ "Wybory 2005". wybory2005.pkw.gov.pl. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  5. ^ "Wybory 2007". wybory2007.pkw.gov.pl. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  6. ^ "Zbigniew Ziobro poparł lokalnych kandydatów Solidarnej Polski". www.24opole.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  7. ^ "PKW, Wybory do Sejmu RP i Senatu RP". parlament2015.pkw.gov.pl. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  8. ^ "Macierewicz założy nową "partię smoleńską"? Nie musi, bo "uśpione" struktury jego byłej formacji tylko czekają na sygnał". naTemat.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  9. ^ "Senatorowie / Sylwetki / Senat Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej". www.senat.gov.pl. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  10. ^ Czerwiński: Sprawa do prokuratury, "Tygodnik Prudnicki", Andrzej Dereń, 32 (1284), Prudnik: Spółka Wydawnicza „Aneks”, 5 sierpnia 2015, p. 8.
  11. ^ "Wybory do Sejmu i Senatu Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej 2019 r." sejmsenat2019.pkw.gov.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  12. ^ "4 kadencja, 57 posiedzenie, 3 dzień - Poseł Jerzy Czerwiński". orka2.sejm.gov.pl. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  13. ^ "Senator PiS straszy gender: Do Europy wchodzi islam z "prawdziwymi" mężczyznami". wiadomosci.dziennik.pl (in Polish). 30 June 2017. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  14. ^ "Senator PiS mówił o gender. W końcu stwierdził: Mężczyźni przestają być mężczyznami". www.se.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  15. ^ Przegaliński, Adam (28 June 2017). "Senator PiS o gender: do Europy wchodzi islam z "prawdziwymi" mężczyznami". wiadomosci.wp.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 16 April 2021.