The Prime Minister participated in the ceremonial unveiling of the monument to the late Przemysław Gosiewski

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The ceremony was preceded by a mass in the Cathedral Basilica in Kielce. Apart from the head of the Polish government, the event was also attended by state and local government officials.

Przemysław Edgar Gosiewski was a deputy to the Sejm in the fourth, fifth and sixth term, Minister-Member of the Council of Ministers and Deputy Prime Minister in Jarosław Kaczyński's government. He died a tragic death on 10 April 2010 in the crash of the presidential Tupolev in Smolensk.

The monument depicts the former Deputy Prime Minister standing behind a pulpit made of Świętokrzyskie stone.

During his studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdańsk he began his opposition activity. In 1984 he joined the Independent Students' Association of the University of Gdańsk, and in 1988 he actively participated in a student strike. He was posthumously decorated with the Commander's Cross with Star of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

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The most interesting – from an architectural perspective – interiors of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister are the Column Hall, Skylight Hall, Painting Hall and Kościuszko Hall, as well as the glass-roof vestibule leading to the former office of the Prime Minister and the representative Round Table Hall, Reception Hall and the Clock Hall.

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