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European Parliament elections 2024. Marcin Przydacz: I did not succumb to temptation, I did not strive for it

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MP Marcin Przydacz said that there were “a lot of cool names” on the PiS lists for the European Parliament, but he himself “wasn't tempted” and “there were no plans” for him to run. The party leadership “had the idea to send, firstly, those who were already in the European Parliament, and secondly, politicians with a little longer experience in national politics,” he said in “Rozmowa Piaseckiego”.

PiS MP Marcin Przydacz was a guest of “Rozmowa Piaseckiego” on TVN24. He talked, among other things, about the upcoming elections to the European Parliament and PiS preparations.

When asked whether he himself was “not tempted” to run for the European Parliament, he replied: – No, I did not succumb to such temptation, there were no such plans, I did not want to.

– Half a year ago I got into the Polish Sejm, I promised to work in the Sejm, so I did not apply for this place – he added.

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As he said, the party leadership “had the idea to send, firstly, those who were already in the European Parliament, and secondly, politicians with a little longer experience in national politics.” – This was the assumption, I absolutely respect it, I did not seek it (for a place on the list – ed.) myself – said Przydacz.

In his opinion, “there are a lot of cool names” on PiS lists. – 130 Law and Justice candidates will run, including most likely – as I understand it – Minister Maciej Wąsik and Minister Mariusz Kamiński – he added.

When asked whether Kamiński and Wąsik were “cool names”, he replied: – It is not a matter of aesthetic evaluation, it is the issue I was talking about, i.e. politicians who have longer seniority and more experience.

Marcin Przydacz in “Piasecki's Conversation”TVN24

Przydacz: Marek Suski has been made public, so to speak

The host of the program asked Przydacz about Marek Suski, a leading PiS politician, who – as the prosecutor's office confirmed – is one of the 31 people to whom summons were sent to appear as a witness in the investigation into the use of Pegasus.

– I don't know the details and unfortunately I don't like a situation where partial information is released to the media for us to discuss, but the whole report is not shown – he said. He argued that Suski could have received the summons because he talked to one of the people under surveillance by the services.

He emphasized that “the injured parties themselves should decide whether they want their names made public or not.” – Marek Suski was not given such a right. (…) Some people may make it public themselves, and Marek Suski was, in a way, made public – said the TVN24 guest.

Main photo source: TVN24



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