Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka (23 août 1950 — 10 avril 2010) est une femme politique polonaise. Elle a été députée à la Diète (chambre basse du parlement) de 1993 à 1997 et de 2001 à 2010, vice-présidente du Conseil des ministres de la République de Pologne de mai 2004 à octobre 2005, et ministre de la Politique sociale de novembre 2004 à octobre 2005. Elle est morte le 10 avril 2010.

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  • Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka (23 août 1950 — 10 avril 2010) est une femme politique polonaise. Elle a été députée à la Diète (chambre basse du parlement) de 1993 à 1997 et de 2001 à 2010, vice-présidente du Conseil des ministres de la République de Pologne de mai 2004 à octobre 2005, et ministre de la Politique sociale de novembre 2004 à octobre 2005. Elle est morte le 10 avril 2010.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jaruga-Nowacka (Gdańsk, 23 augustus 1950 - Smolensk, 10 april 2010) was een Pools politica.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jarugová-Nowacka (23. srpna 1950, Gdaňsk, Polsko – 10. dubna 2010, Pečersk, Rusko) byla polská politička.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jaruga-Nowacka (* 23. August 1950 in Danzig; † 10. April 2010 in Smolensk (Russland)) war eine polnische Politikerin und Abgeordnete des Sejm in der II., IV., V. und VI. Wahlperiode, ehemalige Vorsitzende der Unia Pracy und der Unia Lewicy und Stellvertretende Premierministerin in den beiden Kabinetten Marek Belka.
  • Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka (Gdańsk; 23 de Agosto de 1950 — 10 de abril de 2010) foi um política da Polónia. Ela foi eleita para a Sejm em 25 de Setembro de 2005 com 10492 votos em 26 no distrito de Gdynia, candidato pelas listas do partido Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej.Ela também foi membro da Sejm 1993-1997 e Sejm 2001-2005.Foi uma das vítimas do acidente do Tu-154 da Força Aérea Polonesa.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jaruga-Nowacka (ur. 23 sierpnia 1950 w Gdańsku, zm. 10 kwietnia 2010 w Smoleńsku) – polska polityk, posłanka na Sejm II, IV, V i VI kadencji, była przewodnicząca Unii Pracy i Unii Lewicy, wicepremier w rządach Marka Belki.
  • Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka [izaˈbɛla jaˈruɡa nɔˈvat͡ska] (23 August 1950 – 10 April 2010) was a Polish political figure who had served in the national Parliament (Sejm) since 1993 (with a four-year hiatus in 1997–2001) and, in May 2004, rose to become Deputy Prime Minister under Prime Minister Marek Belka, serving until October 2005, while also, concurrently, filling in his cabinet, from November 2004 to October 2005, the position of Minister Polityki Społecznej [Minister for Social Policy]. A native of the Baltic seaport city of Gdańsk, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka earned a degree in ethnography from the University of Warsaw and, during the 1970s and 80s was employed at the Institute for Science Policy and Higher Education (1974–76) and the Institute of Socialist Nations at the Polish Academy of Sciences (1976–86). Although not politically active during the Communist period, near its end, in the mid-1980s, she joined the League of Polish Women then, in 1991, became active in Ruch Demokratyczno-Społeczny [Democratic-Popular Movement] and, in the election of 1993, was elected to the Sejm as a member of the Labor Union party. A dedicated feminist, she remained a member of Sejm 1993–97, Sejm 2001–05, Sejm 2005–07 and was elected for the fourth time in October 2007, running on the platform of the new Left and Democrats party.Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka and her husband, mathematician Jerzy Nowacki, rector of the Warsaw-based Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, have two daughters, Barbara and Katarzyna. She was listed on the flight manifest of the Tupolev Tu-154 of the 36th Special Aviation Regiment carrying the President of Poland Lech Kaczyński which crashed near Smolensk-North airport near Pechersk near Smolensk, Russia, on 10 April 2010, killing all aboard.On 16 April 2010, Jaruga-Nowacka was posthumously awarded the Commander's Cross with Star of the Polonia Restituta.
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  • Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka (23 août 1950 — 10 avril 2010) est une femme politique polonaise. Elle a été députée à la Diète (chambre basse du parlement) de 1993 à 1997 et de 2001 à 2010, vice-présidente du Conseil des ministres de la République de Pologne de mai 2004 à octobre 2005, et ministre de la Politique sociale de novembre 2004 à octobre 2005. Elle est morte le 10 avril 2010.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jaruga-Nowacka (Gdańsk, 23 augustus 1950 - Smolensk, 10 april 2010) was een Pools politica.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jarugová-Nowacka (23. srpna 1950, Gdaňsk, Polsko – 10. dubna 2010, Pečersk, Rusko) byla polská politička.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jaruga-Nowacka (* 23. August 1950 in Danzig; † 10. April 2010 in Smolensk (Russland)) war eine polnische Politikerin und Abgeordnete des Sejm in der II., IV., V. und VI. Wahlperiode, ehemalige Vorsitzende der Unia Pracy und der Unia Lewicy und Stellvertretende Premierministerin in den beiden Kabinetten Marek Belka.
  • Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka (Gdańsk; 23 de Agosto de 1950 — 10 de abril de 2010) foi um política da Polónia. Ela foi eleita para a Sejm em 25 de Setembro de 2005 com 10492 votos em 26 no distrito de Gdynia, candidato pelas listas do partido Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej.Ela também foi membro da Sejm 1993-1997 e Sejm 2001-2005.Foi uma das vítimas do acidente do Tu-154 da Força Aérea Polonesa.
  • Izabela Walentyna Jaruga-Nowacka (ur. 23 sierpnia 1950 w Gdańsku, zm. 10 kwietnia 2010 w Smoleńsku) – polska polityk, posłanka na Sejm II, IV, V i VI kadencji, była przewodnicząca Unii Pracy i Unii Lewicy, wicepremier w rządach Marka Belki.
  • Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka [izaˈbɛla jaˈruɡa nɔˈvat͡ska] (23 August 1950 – 10 April 2010) was a Polish political figure who had served in the national Parliament (Sejm) since 1993 (with a four-year hiatus in 1997–2001) and, in May 2004, rose to become Deputy Prime Minister under Prime Minister Marek Belka, serving until October 2005, while also, concurrently, filling in his cabinet, from November 2004 to October 2005, the position of Minister Polityki Społecznej [Minister for Social Policy].
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