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Zbigniew Bujak

Zbigniew Bujak was a chairman of the Warsaw Solidarity branch in September 1980 and was one of the few Solidarity leaders who escaped arrest in 1981 after martial law in Poland was declared to break Solidarity; was last Solidarity leader to be captured. He participated in Polish Round Table Talks with the government in 1989 and was elected to the Polish parliament in the 1989 elections. In 1992 he helped found the Labour Union (UP) party and was one of the party’s leading members. He won a seat to the Polish Parliament at the 1993 legislative elections, representing UP, and served as a member of parliament until 1997. He also held the position of chairman of Główny Urząd Ceł (Main Tariff’s Office)