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Gabriel Janowski

Gabriel Janowski
Gabriel Janowski (2014)
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development
In office
23 February 1991 – 8 April 1993
President Aleksander Kwaśniewski
Prime Minister Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, Jan Olszewski, Waldemar Pawlak, Hanna Suchocka
Preceded by Adam Tański
Succeeded by Janusz Byliński
Personal details
Born (1947-04-22) 22 April 1947
Konstantów, Poland
Political party Congress of the New Right
Other political
affiliations
Peasants' Agreement

Gabriel Janowski (born on 22 April 1947 in Konstantów) – Polish politician, activist of opposition in People's Republic of Poland, senator of the first term of office of Senate of the Republic of Poland, MP of first, third and fourth term of office of Sejm, from 1991 do 1993 the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.

On 20 January 2000, before debate about dismissal of Minister of Treasury Emil Wąsacz Janowski was, as his press secretary said, behaving strangely. As Janowski said it was because some insidiously has given him drugs.[1]

Curiosities

  • A fragment of Wolność Słowa (Freedom of Word) satiric song by musical group Püdelsi is about Gabriel Janowski - Gabriel Janowski przedawkował proszki, śmiesznie podskakuje, wszystkich dziś całuje (Gabriel Janowski has overdosed drugs, he's funnily jumping and today he kisses everyone).

Footnotes

  1. ^ Informacja na stronie Ruchu Patriotycznego

External links

  • Sejm website about his IV term of office
  • Encyklopedia SolidarnościText about him in
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