They died in May 2022

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May 28, 2022

May 2022

May 28 Bujar Nishani - Albanian politician, President of Albania (2012-2017) Yves Piétrasanta - French politician, local government member, MEP May 27 Jean Carrère - French rugby player, national representative Gautam Chakroborty - Bengali politician, Minister of Water Resources (2001–2006) Pedro de Moraes - Brazilian cinematographer Claude Rutault - French painter Michael Sela - Israeli biochemist and immunologist of Polish origin, rector of the Weizman Research Institute Angelo Sodano - Italian Roman Catholic priest and diplomat, cardinal-bishop, secretary of state of the Holy See (1991–2006), dean of the College of Cardinals (2005–2019) Ahmad Syafi'i Maarif - Indonesian Muslim clergyman and philanthropist, leader of Muhammadiyah (1998–2005) 26th of May Michał Cichy - Polish volleyball coach Ciriaco De Mita - Italian politician and lawyer, national and European parliamentarian, minister, leader of DC (1982–1989), Prime Minister of Italy (1988–1989) Lee Eol - South Korean actor Andy Fletcher - British bassist and keyboardist, co-founder and member of the Depeche Mode band Teodor Kukuruza - Ukrainian poet, singer and composer Stefan Laube - Polish pharmacist, participant in the Warsaw Uprising and veteran activist, Knight of Orders Ray Liotta - American actor Sergey Romanovtsv - Soviet KGB officer with the rank of colonel and diplomat, Hero of the Soviet Union Enju Todorow - Bulgarian wrestler Alan White - British drummer, member of the band Yes Sergiusz Wilczycki - Belarusian historian, journalist John Zderko - American actor 25th of May Jean-Louis Chautemps - French jazz saxophonist Dick Conway - New Zealand rugby player Luis Eichhorn - Argentine Roman Catholic priest, Bishop of Morón (2004–2017) Livia Gyarmathy - Hungarian film director and screenwriter Armin Kühne - German photographer Eduardo Lizalde - Mexican poet Wies van Dongen - Dutch road cyclist May 24 Barbara Allende - Spanish photographer, cover designer Vladimir Awierczew - Russian politician and economist, deputy of the State Duma Luis Calderón - Peruvian footballer Gennaro Cannavacciuolo - Italian actor David Datuna - American visual artist of Georgian origin Jan Gąsiorowski - Polish ski jumper trainer Tadeusz Jankowski - Polish skier and coach, Olympian (1964) Horst Sachtleben - German actor Stanisław Salmonowicz - Polish historian, prof. dr hab. Thomas Ulsrud - Norwegian curler, Olympic medalist Maciej Wacław - Polish guitarist and vocalist, member of the band Schizma May 23 Élie Buzyn - French surgeon of Polish-Jewish origin, survivor of the Holocaust Francesco Ferrari - Italian politician and local government member, national and European parliamentarian Marian Górski - Polish economist, prof. dr hab. economics, dean of the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw (1990–1996) Anita Gradin - Swedish journalist, diplomat, politician, EU commissioner Maja Lidia Kossakowska - Polish fantasy writer, journalist Wendell Lucena Ramalho - Brazilian footballer Lech Ramczykowski - Polish handball player and sports activist Ilkka Suominen - Finnish politician, Minister of Trade and Industry (1987–1991), MEP Ryszard Turkiewicz - Polish librarian, poet and columnist Zaw Htay - Burmese military and press spokesman, director of the office of the head of government (2016-2021) May 22 Hakim Bey (Peter Lamborn Wilson) - American writer, poet and cultural historian, anarchist activist Kanamat Botashev - Russian military pilot, major general, participant in the Russian invasion of Ukraine Chafia Boudraa - Algerian actress József Duró - Hungarian footballer Les Dyl - English rugby player Agnieszka Gawerska-Jabłonowska - Polish TV journalist Mohammad Ibrahim Kederi - Afghan wrestler, Olympian Anna R.