Patryk Adam Bronisz

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Patryk Adam Bronisz
3rd Deputy Prime Minister
In office
January 8, 2012 - April 19, 2012
President James Lunam
Prime Minister Alexander Reinhardt
Predecessor Magnus De Armis
Successor Nicolò Alvisi
4th Minister of Home Affairs
In office
January 8, 2012 - April 19, 2012
Prime Minister Alexander Reinhardt
Predecessor Magnus De Armis
Successor Riley Small
3rd Minister for the Diffusion of St.Charlian Culture
In office
January 9, 2011 - January 8, 2012
Prime Minister Nicolò Alvisi
Predecessor Fabiana Gallo della Loggia
Successor Filippo Lanzarini
Personal information
Born 5 March 1995 (1995-03-05) (age 29)
Citizenship St.Charlian
Nationality Polish
Political party National Party of St.Charlie
Residence Bydgoszcz, Poland
Religion Roman Catholic

Patryk Adam Bronisz (born March 5, 1995) is a St.Charlian journalist, commentator and politician. He was the second Director of St.Charlie Action News and is a member of the National Party of St.Charlie. He has been serving as the first High Judge in Royal Court of Micronations since September 19, 2010. At January 8, 2011 he become member of the Government, serving as the third Minister for the Diffusion of St.Charlian Culture (a.k.a. Minister of Culture), succeeding Fabiana Gallo della Loggia.


On August 5, 2010 Patryk Adam Bronisz proposed to create a news program live from Bydgoszcz. After approval from Alexander Reinhardt and Fabiana Gallo della Loggia, discussions began; and it was decided that the program's name would be abbreviated from St.Charlie Action News to SCAN. Later on September 4, Bronisz discovered major technical problems within the production studios and declared he was unable to start the season, thus suspending the program even before starting. On the same day he resigned from the title of Director.[1]

Bronisz's Parquet

Since October 3, 2010 he start new SCBN program called Bronisz's Parquet, where he makes public his point of view. That was his return to journalism. Program is make by webcam from his room.

Relationship with Atlantis

On September 23 he become correspondent in St.Charlie on Atlantis Post.[2]

For October 4 to October 23, 2010 he was Honorary Citizen of Republic of Atlantis. This title and Atlantis Civil War Campaign Medal was given by Alexander Virgili after Bronisz's speech about Atlantis Civil War in Parquet, where he support loyalists side.[3]

Since October 7, 2010 he was the director of The National Journalism Agency of Atlantis,[4] but on October 19 he resign from this office because he don't want to be formally related with Atlantis.[5]

At 23 October, 2010 he write a statement where he said that after don't respect man's private life by Republic of Atlantis he don't want to be related with this micronation and he resign from all titles and medal.[6]

Personal information

Patryk Adam was born at the University Hospital of Antoni Jurasz in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Besides his native Polish, he speaks English. He also understands basic German and Spanish. He joined St.Charlie on July 19, 2010 and applied for membership to the National Party of St.Charlie on August 8.

He's vegetarian.

Political views

He's radical anticommunist. He stresses his Polish ancestry and supports initiative like Euro 2012 and Bydgoszcz as a European capital of culture.[7] He was the originator of the half year commemorations in St.Charlie of the tragedy in Smolensk.

Yeah, that is profit for me that I'm Pole [...] Because people from my country (from Solidarność) fight with this fucking ideology, which you promote. And I'm proud that I have so great people inside my country. I'm proud!

— Bronisz's post on official forum, reply for Magnus de Armis criticism [8]

Awards and decorations


Patryk Adam Bronsiz is available for contact on the following addresses:


Former offices

Preceded by: Director of The National Journalism Agency of Atlantis Succeded by: [[File:{{{image}}}|30x30px]]
office created 7 October 2010 - 19 October 2010 Paweł Dworzycki
Preceded by: Director of St.Charlie Action News Succeded by: [[File:{{{image}}}|30x30px]]
Fabiana Gallo della Loggia 15 August 2010 - 4 September 2010 Fabiana Gallo della Loggia