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Daniel Obajtek appeared at the Warsaw prosecutor's office

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Former president of Orlen, Daniel Obajtek, who won a mandate to the European Parliament, appeared at the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw on Wednesday and was questioned as a witness, said Piotr Skiba, spokesman for the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw.

The former president of Orlen was to appear at the capital district prosecutor's office on June 3 at 10 a.m. for a hearing regarding false testimony. However, he did not appear on the scheduled date and only after 2 p.m. did the prosecutor's office receive a power of attorney for the lawyer representing him. Through him, a hearing date was set for today with Obajtek.

The notification was submitted by Grzegorz Jakubowski, a journalist and former liquidator of Radio dla Młodych. He believes that Obajtek lied to the court about his acquaintance, relationship and meetings with journalist Piotr Nisztor.

Daniel ObajtekPAP/Tomasz Waszczuk

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Minister of Justice and Attorney General Adam Bodnar reported that three investigations related to Daniel Obajtek are ongoing. They concern the merger of Lotos with Orlen and overvaluation gasoline prices and advance payments for oil purchases. Bodnar added that there are also smaller cases involving giving false testimony and refusing access to Orlen for inspectors. NIK.

On May 16, the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw announced that it had initiated an investigation into the submission of false testimony during private prosecution proceedings. The case concerns the circumstances of the employment of two people in Orlen Group companies.

Main photo source: PAP/Tomasz Waszczuk



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