Marcin Idzik appointed vice minister of defence

On 12th November Prime Minister Donald Tusk accepted the resignation of Zenon Kosiniak-Kamysz from the position of Undersecretary of State for Armament and Modernization in Ministry of National Defence and appointed Marcin Idzik on this post.

Head of defence Bogdan Klich in a short speech thanked his deputy for “very dificult while effective 20 months of work in the Ministry, and wished a newly appointed minister many successes during his term of service.

Marcin Idzik, born in 1975 in Jaworzno. A graduate of the Law Faculty at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, and of postgraduate studies in Public Finances at the Economic Academy in Katowice. He is a certified internal auditor.
In the beginnig of 2008, Idzik was appointed to the position of a Plenipotentiary in MoND for Anti-Corruption Procedures, and in June the same year, a chief of Anti-Corruption Procedures Bureau. Since June 2009, he worked on the position of Counselor-Coordinator in the Armament and Modernization unit in MoND.
Before starting his career in MoND, Idzik worked in local administration structures.
Married, has a daughter.