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Jacek Kurski

Jacek Kurski (, born 22 February 1966 in Gdańsk) is a Polish politician. He was elected to the Sejm on 25 September 2005 getting 26 446 votes in 25 Gdańsk district, candidating from the Law and Justice list.

On 8 September 2010, Kurski was the only MEP to vote against a condemnation by the European Parliament of the execution of Iranian national Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani by stoning. Kurski stated that he voted against by error, and he corrected his vote almost immediately.[1]

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  1. ^ Peak positions for Chilliwack's albums on Canadian Albums Chart:
    • For "Chilliwack (1970 album)"
    • For "Chilliwack (1971 album)"
    • For "All Over You"
    • For "Riding High"
    • For "Rockerbox"
    • For "Dreams, Dreams, Dreams"
    • For "Lights from the Valley"
    • For "Breakdown in Paradise"
    • For "Wanna Be a Star"
    • For "Opus X"
    • For "Segue"
    • For "Look In Look Out"

External links

  • Jacek Kurski - parliamentary page - includes declarations of interest, voting record, and transcripts of speeches.


Category:1966 births


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