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Hundreds of millions to Ziobro's districts and his people. Interactive map of the flow of money from the Justice Fund

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Where Marcin Romanowski – over PLN 19 million, where Mariusz Gosek, and last year Jarosław Kaczyński – over PLN 17 million. Where Zbigniew Ziobro and Marcin Warchoł – nearly 16 million. In total, as much as PLN 201 of PLN 224 million allocated over the years on the basis of provision No. 11 on the operation of the Justice Fund went to the districts in which members of Solidarna Polska (later Sovereign Poland) ran. This is a provision that allowed the then Minister of Justice to dispose of millions of Polish taxpayers' zlotys “as he saw fit.” Therefore, it is likely that funds from the fund will be linked to constituencies where the candidates were, among others, members of the PiS government. This is the result of the analysis and assessment of the Ministry of Justice. It published an interactive map of the flow of funds from the fund in 2019-2023.

The Ministry published a statement in which it announced that it had analyzed data from grants under the Justice Fund from 2019-2023, which were awarded outside the recruitment or competition for entities belonging to the public finance sector.

These are subsidies commonly called 'elevens'because it exists in the Justice Fund regulation record (par. 11)which “in justified cases” made it possible to allocate funds at the discretion of the administrator, i.e. the then Ministry of Justice. Importantly, the application form was made available at the request of a given unit. There was no common knowledge about this possibility“- the ministry reported.

Ministry of Justice has prepared a special interactive map where you can follow funds allocated in the Justice Fund outside calls for proposals and competitions in 2019–2023.

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The most money is where Sovereign Poland is

“The data examined by the current MS management shows that funds were not distributed according to carefully analyzed needs and objective criteria, and some municipalities were excluded from this process“- wrote in the ministry's statement.

“In the period from 2019 to 2023 it was granted under Art. 11 in total 2043 funding for the total amount PLN 224 million (including PLN 201.1 million in districts where Sovereign Poland politicians ran)” – we read.

“Average of funds allocated per district election was PLN 5.5 million. Please note that it was higher where members of Sovereign Poland ran (PLN 7.7 million) and even higher in those constituencies where they finally obtained a mandate as an MP (PLN 9.3 million)” – said the Ministry of Justice.

Funds allocated from the Justice Fund. 2,043 subsidies for a total amount of over PLN 224 millionwww.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

It was added that “in districts where there were no Sovereign Poland candidates, the average value of subsidies awarded dropped to PLN 1.5 million“.

Over PLN 19 million in subsidies in the district from which Marcin Romanowski ran

The most, over PLN 19 million subsidy, was awarded in district 7 (Chełm). This is the constituency from which he ran then deputy minister of justice Marcin Romanowski, to which the Justice Fund was subordinated.

PLN 19 million in subsidies in the district from which Marcin Romanowski ranwww.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

PLN 17.1 million in subsidies in the district from which Mariusz Gosek ran

PLN 17.1 million awarded in district 33 (Kielce), where he ran Secretary General of Sovereign Poland Mariusz Gosek (as well as Jaroslaw Kaczynski).

PLN 17.1 million in subsidies in the district from which Mariusz Gosek ranwww.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

Nearly PLN 16 million in subsidies in the district from which Zbigniew Ziobro and Marcin Warchoł started

In district 23 (Rzeszów) it was granted nearly PLN 16 million. This is where the managers of the then Ministry of Justice started: the president of Sovereign Poland Zbigniew Ziobro and Marcin Warchoł, who also ran as a candidate in elections presidential elections in Rzeszów.

PLN 16 million in subsidies in the district from which Zbigniew Ziobro and Marcin Warchoł startedwww.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

Over PLN 14 million in subsidies in the district from which Norbert Kaczmarczyk ran

In district 15 (Tarnów), from where he became an MP Norbert Kaczmarczykgranted over PLN 14 million.

PLN 14 million in subsidies in the district from which Norbert Kaczmarczyk ranwww.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

PLN 12.2 million in subsidies in the district from which Michał Woś ran

In district 30 (Rybnik), where he successfully ran Michał Woś – PLN 12.2 million.

PLN 12.2 million in subsidies in the district from which Michał Woś ranwww.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

“The main beneficiaries of the Fund under this mode of granting subsidies were Volunteer Fire Brigades and hospitals. The information collected shows that politicians from the then management of the Ministry of Justice were often guests during official ceremonies of transferring equipment or funds and press conferences devoted to them. The subsidies provided were used “including for the purchase of cars, quads, rescue boats, ice sleds and pontoons, as well as clothes for firefighters (uniforms, jackets, gloves, helmets and shoes), fire hoses, flashlights, X-ray and ultrasound machines, defibrillators, ultrasound scanners” – wrote the Ministry of Justice.

Most money in election years

In the election years (2019, 2020 and 2023), there were more payments from the Justice Fund than in the years when we did not elect government representatives. In 2020 (presidential elections) it was PLN 66 million, in 2023 (parliamentary elections) – PLN 61 million, and in 2019 (parliamentary elections) – PLN 45 million,” it was noted.

The amount of subsidies paid in a given year https://www.gov.pl/web/sprawedliwosc/FS-raport-przyznanych-srodkow

The publication of an analysis of the flow of funds from the Justice Fund to those poviats and communes from which politicians associated with Sovereign Poland ran was announced earlier on Tuesday by the head of the Ministry of Justice, the Prosecutor General Adam Bodnar. He also informed that he had forwarded it to the Speaker of the Sejm Szymon Hołownia a request for the House to consent to the impeachment of PiS MP Michał Woś to criminal liability. The basis for the application are the findings of the prosecutor's office regarding irregularities in the spending of money from the Justice Fund, including: PLN 25 million for the purchase of Pegasus.



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