§ 1 The following persons enjoy the right to be elected (passive suffrage):
1) in the elections to the Sejm – a Polish citizen with right to vote in this election, who is at least 21 years of age on the day of elections;
2) for election to the Senate - a Polish citizen with right to vote in this election, who is at least 30 years of age on the day of elections;
3) the election of the President of the Republic – a Polish citizen who is at least 35 years of age on the day of elections and enjoys full voting rights to the Sejm;
4) in the European Parliament elections in the Polish Republic - a person having the right to vote in this election, who is at least 21 years of age on the day of elections, and for at least 5 years of permanent resident in the Polish Republic or the territory of the other-he European Union Member State;
5) in elections to bodies representing local government entities – any person who has the right to elect these bodies;
6) in the elections for the mayor - a Polish citizen with a right to vote in this election, who is at least 25 years of age on the day of elections, however, without the necessity of having permanent domicile in the municipality in which he or she is candidate.
§ 2 The following persons do not enjoy the right to be elected:
1) persons convicted to imprisonment for an intentional indictable offense or intentional tax crime;
2) persons who are the subject of a final court decision which deprives of the right to be elected referred to in art. 21a. par 2a of the Act of 18 October 2006 on dissemination of information on documents of state security bodies from the years 1944-1990 and the contents of these documents (Journal of Laws of 2007 No. 63, item. 425, as amended).
§ 3 The right to be elected in not enjoyed by a citizen of the European Union who has been deprived of the right to be elected by the member stats of the European Union of which he or she is a citizen.