President of Poland

The president of Poland (Polish: Prezydent RP), officially the president of the Republic of Poland (Polish: Prezydent Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej), is the head of state of Poland. Their rights and obligations are determined in the Constitution of Poland. The president heads the executive branch. In addition, the president has the right to dissolve parliament in certain cases, can veto legislation and represents Poland in the international arena.

President of the Republic of Poland
Prezydent Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej
Andrzej Duda
since 6 August 2015
Executive branch of the Polish Government
Head of State of the Republic of Poland
StyleMr President
His Excellency
TypeHead of state
Member of
ResidencePresidential Palace
SeatWarsaw, Poland
AppointerPopular vote
Term lengthFive years, renewable once
Constituting instrumentConstitution of Poland
PrecursorChief of State
Formation11 December 1922; 100 years ago (1922-12-11)
First holderGabriel Narutowicz
DeputyMarshal of the Sejm
Salary294,000 annually[1]

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