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Grzegorz Braun extinguished the Hanukkah candles in the Sejm. The Confederation spokeswoman comments

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We condemn “this type of happening,” said Confederation spokeswoman Ewa Zajączkowska-Hernik on Wednesday, referring to Grzegorz Braun extinguishing Hanukkah candles lit in the Sejm using a fire extinguisher. She added that he is “an artist, a director and maybe this is his form of expression.” – We will discuss what happens next at the club meeting – she announced.

On Tuesday, Confederation MP Grzegorz Braun used a powder fire extinguisher to extinguish Hanukkah candles lit in the Sejm. Then he appeared at the Sejm podium while the deputy speaker was chairing the meeting Krzysztof Bosak (Confederation). The proceedings were then taken over by the marshal Szymon Hołownia.

FIND OUT MORE: Grzegorz Braun grabbed a fire extinguisher in the Sejm and extinguished the Hanukkah candles

The Marshal of the Sejm excluded MP Braun from the session. The Presidium of the Sejm imposed financial penalties on him. Late that same day, in the evening, the Chancellery of the Sejm notified the prosecutor’s office about the possibility of committing a crime, assessing that Braun’s actions “may be qualified as acts constituting a crime against freedom of conscience and religion, against honor and bodily inviolability, and against general security.”

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Grzegorz Braun extinguished the Hanukkah candlesAdam Chelstowski / Forum

“We condemn this type of happening”

Confederation spokeswoman Ewa Zajączkowska-Hernik, when asked about this event on Wednesday, replied that the Confederation’s position is that “we condemn this type of happening.” – We will discuss what’s next at the club meeting and please wait patiently for further announcements – she added.

When asked if the word happening was accurate in this case, she replied: “why not?” – How else can this action be described? – she added.

Grzegorz Braun extinguished the Hanukkah candlesTomasz Jastrzebowski/East News

When asked if they wanted to call the event an art installation at a time when many people felt offended, she replied that Braun “is an artist, he is a director and maybe this is his form of expression.”

“The Confederation Club is doing great”

When asked whether the group intends to punish Braun, the Confederation spokeswoman replied that it would be discussed during the Confederation club meeting.

When asked when this would happen, she said “soon.” When asked to clarify whether this week, she replied in the affirmative.

Grzegorz Braun extinguished the Hanukkah candlesPAP/Marcin Obara

– The Confederation Club is doing great, we have 18 members of parliament, this is the official and actual state of affairs and let’s leave it at that for now – she said.

Main photo source: Tomasz Jastrzebowski/East News



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