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Krzysztof Szczucki explains that his delegations were of a business nature. Maciej Berek says that you have to be naive to believe in a coincidence

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MP Krzysztof Szczucki explained in “Tak jest” that all the delegations he led in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship “were of a business nature” and took place before he knew that he would be a candidate for an MP from that district. – You have to be very naive to count on someone to believe that this is a complete coincidence – said Maciej Berek, minister – member of the Council of Ministers.

Donald Tusk reported last week that former head of the Government Legislation Center Krzysztof Szczucki from early summer through last winter, he employed six workers who performed no work. – Neither in RCL nor in any subordinate institution. They didn't even log in to their computers, said the Prime Minister. As he pointed out, these six employees organized Szczucki's election campaign. – During these few months, they were paid PLN 900,000 – he said, adding that an application in this case had been sent to the prosecutor's office.

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He remembers “only two events”

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Krzysztof Szczucki said on Wednesday in “Tak jest” on TVN24 that he remembers “only two events organized by the Government Legislation Center” in which he participated in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. – Two meetings in three years of my presence at the Government Legislation Center – he said.

He said that projects were organized not only in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, but also in the Masovian Voivodeship.

Remarking that 13 of the 16 delegations took place in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Szczucki asked: “What's wrong with that?” – I wasn't a candidate then. I took a leave of absence from the end of August, he explained. – All my business trips were of a business nature – he added.

Berek: you have to be very naive to believe in such a caseTVN24

“A sentence that stuck with me deeply”

Szczucki's words were commented on in another interview in “Tak jest” by the chairman of the Standing Committee of the Council of Ministers, Maciej Berek, minister – member of the Council of Ministers.

– The MP repeated this sentence several times, which stuck in my mind because, in my opinion, it probably reflects the essence of the problem well. The MP said: “What's wrong with that?” All of you who believed and, as you can see, still believe that the structure of the state and public money can be used in this way to conduct activities that are supposed to have the appearance of public activities, but in fact are focused on reprehensible self-promotion – said Berek.

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– Promoting yourself must take place either as part of an election campaign, and the MP emphasized many times that he had not yet run an election campaign. Therefore, it was necessary not to transport or expect the presence of employees of the public entity he managed, he said.

– These activities were focused in one region of Poland. You really have to be very naive to expect someone to believe that it is a complete coincidence that the person who will run as a candidate from this constituency begins to appear very actively in this constituency a few or a dozen or so months earlier, says Berek.

Main photo source: Tytus Żmijewski / PAP



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