Beata Kempa

Polish politician

Beata Kempa
Beata Kempa Sejm 06.JPG
Member of the European Parliament
for Lower Silesian and Opole
Assumed office
2 July 2019
Chief of the Chancellery
In office
16 November 2015 – 18 December 2017
Prime MinisterBeata Szydło
Mateusz Morawiecki
Preceded byJacek Cichocki
Succeeded byMichał Dworczyk
Member of the Sejm
In office
25 September 2005 – 1 July 2019
Constituency3 – Wrocław (2005-2011)
33 – Kielce (2011-2015)
3 – Wrocław (2015-2019)
Personal details
Born (1966-02-11) 11 February 1966 (age 56)
Syców, Poland
Political partyLaw and Justice (2001-2011)
United Poland (2012-present)
Alma materUniversity of Wrocław

Beata Agnieszka Kempa (née Płonka; born 11 February 1966, in Syców) is a Polish politician. She was elected to the Sejm on 25 September 2005, getting 5,378 votes in 3 Wrocław district on the Law and Justice list. From 2015 to 2017, Kempa served as Chief of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister.

On 4 November 2011 she, along with 15 other supporters of the dismissed PiS MEP Zbigniew Ziobro,[1] left Law and Justice on ideological grounds to form a breakaway group, United Poland.[2] In December 2015 it gained media attention after sending a letter to the President of the Constitutional Tribunal, Andrzej Rzepliński, informing him that the publication of the judgment of 3 December 2015 on K 34/15 concerning the conformity with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of certain provisions of the Act of 25 June 2015 About the Constitutional Court]. This was the first such case since the Constitutional Court's inception in 1986 [16]. A prosecutor of the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw investigated the abuse of powers in connection with the publication of the judgment. It was redeemed in January 2016 in the absence of the crime (in the justification it was pointed out that the actions of the head of the Chancellery did not affect the publication of the judgment, as it was within the competence of the prime minister).

See also

  • Members of Polish Sejm 2005-2007


  1. ^ "Party members 'furious' following conservative defeat". 11 October 2011. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  2. ^ "Conservative MPs form 'Poland United' breakaway group after dismissals". 8 November 2011. Retrieved 31 May 2012.

External links

  • Beata Kempa - parliamentary page - includes declarations of interest, voting record, and transcripts of speeches.
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