ALW ID OF Mateusz Morawiecki
Mateusz Jakub Morawiecki
|17th Prime Minister of Poland|
|Father-Mother Names||Kornel Andrzej Morawiecki||Jadwiga (Różyczka) Morawiecka|
|Birthday and Birthplace||20 June, 1968||Wrocław, Poland|
|Children||Aleksandra, Jeremiasz, Ignacy and Magda|
|Political Party-in Office Date||Law and Justice|
|First and Assumed in Office||11 December 2017|
|Other activities||28 September 2016- current||Minister of Finance|
|16 November 2015-current
||Minister of Development
|16 November 2015 – 11 December 2017
||Deputy Prime Minister of Poland
|Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Ex-Officio Member of the Board of Governors|
|International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ex-Officio Member of the Board of Governors
Lets have a look into our leader Mateusz Jakub Morawiecki’s life with a chronological style. He is a Polish politician, manager, banker, economist, lawyer, historian who is currently the Prime Minister. Morawiecki has served as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development and Minister of Finance in the cabinet of Beata Szydło. He also served as chairman of Bank Zachodni WBK from 2007 to 2015.
- 20 June 1968 the leader had born in Wrocław, Poland. He is the son of Kornel Morawiecki founder of Fighting Solidarity. Two of Mateusz Jakub Morawiecki’s aunts were of Jewish descent, and one of them was saved during the Holocaust by a Righteous Among Nations.
- 1980 At the age of 12, Mateusz Morawiecki was already active in the Polish anti-communist opposition, becoming involved in the process of illegal duplication of political pamphlets.
Lower Silesia Bulletin
In August, he plastered the poster edition of the “Lower Silesia Bulletin” all over the streets of Wrocław. The print contained a list of the Gdańsk Demands as well as a call for a general strike in support of the protests on the northern coast. After martial law was announced, he became a printer and distributor of underground Solidarity magazines. Despite repeated arrests and beatings by the secret police (SB), Mateusz Morawiecki continued participating in political demonstrations until the late 1980’s. He was the editor of the “Lower Silesia Bulletin” and an activist of the Independent Students’ Association.
- 1988 he participated in a occupational strike at the University of Wroclaw. He was one of the organizers of the Club for Political Thought “Free and Solidary” until 1989
The magazine “Dwa Dni” (Two Days)
- 1991, Morawiecki began working for Cogito Co., as well as co-created two publishing companies, Reverentia and Enter Marketing-Publishing. That same year he co-established the magazine “Dwa Dni” (Two Days). He later became the manager and chief editor of that publication
- 1992 Morawiecki had graduated from the University of Wrocław.
- 1993 He had graduated from the Wrocław University of Technology.
- 1995 Mateusz Morawiecki had graduated from the Wrocław University of Economics the University of Hamburg as business administration, And he completed an internship at Deutsche Bundesbank in Credit Analysis, Financial Restructuring, Banking Supervision as well as Financial Market Supervision
A member of policy counsels
- 1996 to he led banking and macroeconomic research at the University of Frankfurt until next year. He started to work as a lecturer at the Economic University in Wrocław for eight years also at the University of Technology for two years. He was a member of policy counsels at numerous higher education institutions.
- 1997 Mateusz Morawiecki had graduated from the Wrocław University of Economics the University of Hamburg from European law and economic integration, and had graduated from the University of Basel about European studies, While at Wrocław Tech, he studied abroad at Central Connecticut State University and completed the advanced executive program at the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University.
“The Law of the European Union” Textbook
- 1998, as the Deputy Director of the Accession Negotiations Department in the Committee for European Integration, Mateusz Morawiecki oversaw and participated in the negotiations of the Polish accession to the European Union in numerous areas, including finance.
Together with Frank Emmert, he is the author of the first textbook in the field of “The Law of the European Union” published in Poland. Until 2001, he was a member of the supervisory boards of the Wałbrzych Power Company, Dialog (local telephone service provider), as well as the Industrial Development Agency. He had been a member of the Lower Silesian Regional Assembly until 2002.
From November 1998 Morawiecki worked for BZWBK (Bank Zachodni WBK, Santander Group), where he began his career as the Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, as well as the supervisor of the Economic Analysis Bureau and the International Trade Department.
- 2001, he became Managing Director, as well as member of the Board
- 2007 Morawiecki has been the Chairman of Bank Zachodni WBK.
- 2008 Morawiecki was made Honorary Consul of Ireland in Poland.
- 2015 in 16 November Mateusz Morawiecki has been Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development in the cabinet of Beata Szydło until 2016 he was independent.
Morawiecki is independent
- 2016, in March of this year he joined Law and Justice.On 28 September , Morawiecki was appointed Finance Minister and became one of the most powerful members of Beata Szydło’s government, in charge of the budget, government finances, EU funds, and overall economic policy.
Earlier in this year, Mateusz Morawiecki outlined the ambitious Plan for Responsible Development, known colloquially as the “Morawiecki Plan”, aimed at stimulating economic growth and raising revenues to fund the government’s generous spending plans, including the “Family 500+” programme of child benefits to all families with two or more children.
- 2017, On March 18th and 19th of this year, Morawiecki took part in a meeting of G20 financial ministers in Baden-Baden as the first Polish representative of this summit in history. On 7 December , Morawiecki was designated as the Prime Minister of Poland. On 11 December he was sworn into office. Following his appointment, Morawiecki promised “continuation” rather than change in his first major parliamentary address.
- 2013, Morawiecki was awarded the Cross of Freedom and Solidarity. He has also been awarded many other awards by institutions such as economic clubs, universities, publishing companies, and national cultural institutions.
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