Tadeusz Mazowiecki

Tadeusz Mazowiecki, 1989

Tadeusz Mazowiecki (* 18. April 1927 in Płock, Poland) is a Polish writer, journalist and a liberal politician. By August 1989 until December 1990 he was an Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland.

For the catholicMovement Znak (dt. Indication already) was it from 1961 to 1971 of delegates in the Sejm. Afterwards it took part in the resistance of catholic intellectual, among other things in the club Intelegencji Katolickiej (KIK) (dt. Club of catholic intelligence) in Breslau (Wrocław),against the communist government of the PZPR.

Since 1980 he was an advisor and journalist of the trade union Solidarność. After imposition of the martial law to 13. December 1981 it was arrested from 1981 to 1982.

it took 1989 again as an advisor of Lech Wałęsa at the top plate discussions part. To 24. August 1989 selected it the Sejm to the Prime Minister. He was a first Prime Minister after the Second World War, which did not belong the communist PZPR. To 14. It stepped December 1990 ofthis office back.

From 1990 to 1995 he was a chairman of the liberals a party Unia Demokratyczna (dt. Democratic union) and later the Unia Wolności (dt. Liberty union). Since 2001 it is not any more delegates in the Sejm. 2002 is itwithdrawn from the liberty union, after the union had left the Christian international one. Since 2004 it engages itself again as member and a leading candidate of the social liberals Demokraci (dt. A democratic party).

During the wars in former Yugoslavia Tadeusz Mazowiecki UN Sonderberichtserstatter was over thoseSituation of the human rights. From protest against the Passivität of the international Staatengemeischaft with the massacre of Srebrenica Mazowiecki laid down its mandate.

literature

  • Mazowiecki, Tadeusz: A party take for hope. Over moral in the policy.Foreword by Manfred Seidler.With an epilog hrsg. by George Ziegler. [Over. from D. Polarize. of Angelika weber and. George Ziegler], Freiburg in mash gau: Herder 1990, ISBN 3-451-21825-9

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