PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński announced victory in the parliamentary elections on Sunday. Other United Right politicians echoed his comments. The leader of Sovereign Poland, Zbigniew Ziobro, has not yet commented on the election results.
– The research results give us the fourth victory in the history of our party in the parliamentary elections and the third victory in a row. This is a great success of our formation and our project for Poland, said Jarosław Kaczyński on Sunday evening.
A similar assessment of political reality was repeated by many United Right politicians. However, the voice of Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro was missing among them.
The Sovereign Poland politician, who is usually active on the Internet, did not publish any comments after the exit poll results were announced. His party also did not respond to the survey.
Ziobro voted in Rzeszów
Zbigniew Ziobro cast his vote in the parliamentary elections in a polling station located in the Rzeszów high school – he voted alone, without his family. He had with him a certificate of the right to vote outside his place of residence.
After leaving the polling station, he said he hoped Poles would take part in Sunday’s elections. – Considering that the world is becoming more and more dangerous, the brutal war that has just broken out between Israel and Palestine, which could have repercussions for the whole world, especially in this part of Europe, all this means that Poles must be aware of their rights and obligations and participate in the elections. A lot depends on their decisions what Poland will look like in this difficult and increasingly less safe world, said Ziobro.
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