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Ministry of Interior (Poland)

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Ministry of the Interior
Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnętrznych
Polish Governmental and Diplomatic Plaque.svg
Official governmental wall plaque
Logo MSW RP.png
Ministerial logotype
Med5 DSC0183.JPG

The seat of the ministry on Stefan Batory Street, Warsaw
Agency overview
Formed17 November 1918
Headquartersul. Stefana Batorego 5, Warsaw
52°12′40″N 21°01′00″E / 52.21111°N 21.01667°E / 52.21111; 21.01667
Agency executive
  • Minister of the Interior
  • First Deputy Minister
Parent agencyCouncil of Ministers
Websitewww.msw.gov.pl

The Ministry of the Interior (Polish: Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnętrznych, MSW) was a ministry responsible for internal security, law enforcement, civil defence and registry functions in Poland. The current ministry was formed on 18 November 2011, when after the parliamentary election of 9 October 2011 there was a call to restructure the then Ministry of Interior and Administration, from which it was split. In late 2015 it was folded back to Ministry of Interior and Administration.

The last minister was Mariusz Błaszczak.

History and function

The ministry was founded in 1918. It has gone through several reforms, including partial splits and mergers, throughout its history.

The post of Minister of the Interior is one of the most important cabinet positions in Poland,[1] According to the directive of the 'President of Council of Ministers' (Prime Minister) from 18 November 2011, the Minister of the Interior is responsible for:

While the ministry of the Interior supervises police forces, it does not supervise criminal enquiries; criminal enquiries are conducted under the supervision of the judiciary.

The ministry's seat is located on Stefan Batory Street, south of Warsaw's city centre and in the governmental district which surrounds the Belweder. The Ministry can be referred to by its initials 'MSW'.

Ministers of the Interior (since 1989)

Political Party:   PO   PiS   SLD   Independent   ZCHN   AWS

Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Party Term of Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
2008.06.22. Krzysztof Kozlowski Fot Mariusz Kubik 01.JPG
Krzysztof Kozłowski
(1931–2013)
Nonpartisan 6 July 1990 14 December 1990 Tadeusz Mazowiecki
(Mazowiecki)
No portrait-BFD-test.svg
Henryk Majewski
(1951–)
Nonpartisan 12 January 1991 5 December 1991 Jan Krzysztof Bielecki
(Bielecki)
Antoni Macierewicz.jpg
Antoni Macierewicz
(1948–)
Christian National Union 23 December 1991 5 June 1992 Jan Olszewski
(Olszewski)
No portrait-BFD-test.svg
Andrzej Milczanowski
(1939–)
Nonpartisan 11 July 1992 22 December 1995 Hanna Suchocka
(Suchocka)
Waldemar Pawlak
(Pawlak II)
No portrait-BFD-test.svg
Jerzy Konieczny
(1950–2020)
Nonpartisan 29 December 1995 7 February 1996 Józef Oleksy
(Oleksy)
No portrait-BFD-test.svg
Zbigniew Siemiątkowski
(1957–)
Democratic Left Alliance 15 February 1996 31 October 1997 Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz
(Cimoszewicz)
Ministry of Interior and Administration (1997-2011) see: Ministers of Internal Affairs and Administration
Leszek Miller Sejm 2013.JPG
Leszek Miller
(1946–)
Democratic Left Alliance 1 January 1997 31 October 1997 Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz
(Cimoszewicz)
Janusz Tomaszewski
(1956–)
Solidarity Electoral Action 31 October 1997 3 September 1999 Jerzy Buzek

( Buzek)

Janusz Pałubicki
(1948–)
Solidarity Electoral Action 3 September 1999 7 October 1999 Jerzy Buzek

( Buzek)

Marek Biernacki 2015.JPG
Marek Biernacki
(1959–)
Solidarity Electoral Action 7 October 1999 19 October 2001 Jerzy Buzek

( Buzek)

Posel-janik-krzysztof-2013-11m.jpg
Krzysztof Janik
(1950–)
Democratic Left Alliance 19 October 2001 21 January 2004 Leszek Miller

( Miller)

Józef Oleksy.jpg
Józef Oleksy
(1946–2015)
Democratic Left Alliance 21 January 2004 21 April 2004 Leszek Miller

( Miller)

Jerzy Szmajdzinski.jpg
Jerzy Szmajdziński
(1952–2010)
Democratic Left Alliance 21 April 2004 2 May 2004 Leszek Miller

( Miller)

Ryszard Kalisz 2010.jpg
Ryszard Kalisz
(1957–)
Democratic Left Alliance 2 May 2004 31 October 2005 Marek Belka

( Belka I, II)

Ludwik Dorn Sejm 2014(cropped).JPG
Ludwik Dorn
(1954–)
Law and Justice 31 October 2005 7 February 2007 Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz

(Marcinkiewicz), Jarosław Kaczyński

( Kaczyński)

Janusz Kaczmarek.JPG
Janusz Kaczmarek
(1961–)
Nonpartisan 7 February 2007 8 August 2007 Jarosław Kaczyński

( Kaczyński)

Władysław Stasiak 01.jpg
Władysław Stasiak
(1966–2010)
Nonpartisan 8 August 2007 16 November 2007 Jarosław Kaczyński

( Kaczyński)

Grzegorz Schetyna (cropped).jpg
Grzegorz Schetyna
(1963–)
Civic Platform 16 November 2007 13 October 2009 Donald Tusk
(Tusk I)
Jerzy Miller - wojewoda.jpg
Jerzy Miller
(1952–)
Civic Platform 13 October 2009 18 November 2011 Donald Tusk

(Tusk I)

Ministry of Interior (2011 - 2015)
Jacek Cichocki.jpg
Jacek Cichocki
(1971-)
Nonpartisan 18 November 2011 25 February 2013 Donald Tusk
(Tusk II)
DSC 0086 MSW Sienkiewicz.JPG
Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz
(1961-)
Nonpartisan 25 February 2013 22 September 2014 Donald Tusk
(Tusk II)
Teresa Piotrowska.jpg
Teresa Piotrowska
(1955-)
Civic Platform 22 September 2014 16 November 2015 Ewa Kopacz
(Kopacz)
Replaced by Ministry of Interior and Administration (since 2015)

Other officeholders

Ministers of Internal Affairs of the Second Republic of Poland

Ministers of Public Security

Ministers of Internal Affairs of People's Republic of Poland

References

  1. ^ The MSW is the equivalent to the Interior Ministry of other countries, the Home Office of the United Kingdom, or similar to a combination of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security (United States).
  2. ^ http://www.sejm.gov.pl/prawo/konst/polski/kon1.htm article 101
This page was last edited on 22 December 2020, at 02:40
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