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Envelope elections. Mariusz Kamiński will testify before the investigative commission on April 23 – Joński

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Former Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration Mariusz Kamiński will appear before the investigative committee on envelope elections on April 23, said Dariusz Joński, chairman of this committee. Earlier, she will also summon, among others: Łukasz Szumowski and Paweł Skóra, while Jarosław Kaczyński is to testify again in May.

The hearing of the former head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, Mariusz Kamiński, by the parliamentary investigative committee on envelope elections will take place on Tuesday, April 23, announced the chairman of the committee, Dariusz Joński, in an interview with PAP. On the same day, the former head of the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW), Maciej Biernat, will also testify.

On April 16, 2020, then Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki issued a decision ordering PWPW to prepare for correspondence elections. As part of it, PWPW had, among others: sign a contract with the Ministry of Interior and Administration for printing election packages. In March, the parliamentary committee asked Wiktor Klimiuk – a former member of the supervisory board of PWPW, as well as a former member of the political cabinet and former advisor to Mariusz Kamiński – why, contrary to Morawiecki's decision, the Ministry of Interior and Administration did not conclude an agreement with PWPW. Klimiuk explainedthat “a few hours after sending the draft agreement between the Ministry of Interior and Administration and PWPW to the minister (Mariusz Kamiński – ed.), PWPW received an order from Poczta Polska for the delivery of electoral cards.”

Commission for envelope elections

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On April 16-17, the parliamentary commission for envelope elections is also to hear: former director of the IT and Telecommunications Division of Poczta Polska SA Paweł Skóra, former Minister of Health Łukasz Szumowski, former Minister of Digitization Marek Zagórski and former President of the Personal Data Protection Office Jan Nowak.

As Dariusz Joński announced, the hearings are scheduled to end at the end of May. The last witness to testify before her it is supposed to be Jarosław Kaczyński. The meeting with his participation was tentatively scheduled for May 24, the chairman of the committee said. According to Joński, the presentation of the final report on the commission's work can be expected in June.

SEE ALSO: Head of the National Electoral Commission: holding elections on May 10 was unrealistic

Main photo source: Radek Pietruszka/PAP

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