Agnieszka Pomaska

Board of the Civic Platform in the Pomeranian Region was elected
6.09.2010, written by

Pomeranian Regional Council of the Civic Platform has selected new Board of the Region. It consist of President of the Board Slawomir Nowak and four Vicepresidents: President of Gdansk Pawel Adamowicz, MP Tadeusz Aziewicz, Senator Kazimierz Kleina and MEP Jan Kozlowski. Agnieszka Pomaska has been re-elected Secretary of the Region and Treasurer became...

Bronislaw Komorowski’s Campaign
8.07.2010, written by

From the early beginning of this year’s presidential elections Agnieszka Pomaska joined Bronislaw Komorowski in his fight for the Polish presidency. She was one of the busiest campaign managers responsible for the web campaign. Pomaska, who is very active and visible politician on the Internet,  emphasized the importance of having a well designed...

Agnieszka Pomaska: „Jaroslaw Kaczynski is a mute candidate”
27.05.2010, written by

14th May 2010 – Chat is something that is going 'live’. Here we had announcements and then half of day of authorizations. – that’s how deputy from CP Agnieszka Pomaska commented on the first appearence of Jaroslaw Kaczynski after the Smolensk catastrophy (…) Deputy pointed out that part of decisions concerning the campaign...

Debate on 6th Anniversary of Polish accession to the European Union
27.05.2010, written by

5th May 2010 Agnieszka Pomaska was a guest at radio „Jedynka” at 6th anniversary of Polish accession to the European Union. In the discussion also too part Karol Karski (PiS), Tadeusz Iwiński (SLD) and Marek Sawicki (PSL). Guests answered questions and addressed the balance of accession, provided that the entry into the EU we have gained,...

219th Anniversary of enaction of the Constitution on May 3rd.
27.05.2010, written by

5th May 2010 Deputy Agnieszka Pomaska has taken part in celebrations of 219th anniversary of the Constitution of May 3rd in Gdansk. Ceremony was attended by state authorities, local government and church representants and the diplomatic service. It was held at the monument of Jan III Sobieski at Targ Drzewny, Gdansk. About the Constitution. Constitution...

Ask WPROST – 'Beauty doesn’t help in politics’
27.05.2010, written by

Agnieszka Pomaska, Civic Platform’s deputy, answers questions from the readers of “Wprost’s” online edition. 1.Does beauty help in politics? / Tomasz Kwaśniewski, Radzymin It doesn’t help, but it doesn’t disturb either. It doesn’t really matter in the long run. 2.Do you support Parliament gender parity idea? / Wojciech Czerniawski,...

National Assembly
10.04.2010, written by

The Assembly of the Sejm and the Senate will held the session dedicated to pay the tribute to the dead of the tragic accident. It will take place on April 13th, 2010 at the board room of Sejm. Session is planned to start at 2.00 p.m.  

10.04.2010, written by

I would like to express my deepest sorrow of the death of President Lech Kaczynski and many other Poland’s leading figures. I offer my sincerest condolences to the families of the dead and send them my words of support. Agnieszka Pomaska  

Katyn – place of Polish mourning
10.04.2010, written by

Now the Katyn tragedy has double meaning for Poland: one connecting with tragedy that happened 70 years ago, in April 1940, and the second one with disaster that took place in a foggy Saturday morning 10 of April 2010, the plane crash that took lives of 96 people. Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife, Maria Kaczynska were flying to Katyn to...

Global Post: Why do Polish women lag behind?
1.04.2010, written by

Polish women have long been placed on a pedestal — hand kissing only went out of fashion in the last decade — but that does not translate into senior positions in politics and business. That’s why the Polish parliament is considering a bill that would mandate that either half or a third of places on electoral lists be reserved for women. But the...