What next with the idea of liquidating the CBA? And what does Brussels have to do with it?
There is no ready and detailed plan on how to liquidate the Central Anticorruption Bureau. The situation is complicated by the draft EU directive providing for the existence of anti-corruption agencies in each EU country – according to the findings of tvn24.pl. Regardless of the political decisions, CBA officers are preparing for mass retirements.
The idea of liquidating the CBA, which employs approximately 1,200 officers and nearly 200 civilians, was not included in the list of “100 specifics for the first 100 days of government” of the Civic Coalition itself. Instead, he found himself in coalition agreement signed on November 10 by politicians from the Civic Coalition, Third Way and the Left, signed on November 10. Point 19, devoted to the depoliticization of the uniformed services, includes a plan to transfer the “resources and competences” of the CBA to other services, including the police. “Thanks to this, the fight against corruption, completely abandoned by the previous government, will be strengthened,” it was written in the agreement.
Goal: complete liquidation
– Liquidation of the CBA is not possible without passing an act. Today, it would be naive to expect the president’s cooperation Andrzej Dudaalthough I do not rule out that circumstances will come to light that may convince the head of state to sign it [pod ustawą o likwidacji – red.] – says Marek Biernacki, MP of PSL-Trzecia Droga, who once again became a member of the parliamentary committee for secret services and became its vice-chairman.
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