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Marcin Libicki

Marcin Libicki
Born February 2, 1939
Poznań, Poland
Occupation Politician

Marcin Libicki (born February 2, 1939 in Poznań) is a Polish politician, former member of the Polish parliament (Sejm), elected for the Poznań constituency. He is one of the leaders of the Law and Justice party.

On 13 June 2004, he was elected member of the European Parliament, and when the Parliament convened he was elected Chair of its Committee on Petitions.

He is a member of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, also the alumnus of Adam Mickiewicz High School in Poznań. He is the father of Jan Filip Libicki, a member of Sejm.

See also

External links

  • Marcin Libicki's personal page
  • Marcin Libicki Sejm page

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