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Marian Banaś accuses the prosecutor’s office and services of persuading them to make false statements. Politicians comment

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Marian Banaś claims that the prosecutor’s office and the services were to persuade him to give false statements against him. – If this information turns out to be true, it will mean that we are not dealing with the government, but with a normal mafia – said the MP from the Civic Coalition Marcin Kierwiński. Jan Mosiński from Law and Justice assessed that Banaś should “take care of the Chamber and its functioning, and not run to journalists with some revelations.”

Marian BanaśPresident of the Supreme Audit Office said at a conference Monday that he had statements from people who were allegedly persuaded to give false testimony by representatives of the prosecution and services and “instead were offered to leave pre-trial detention and await trial at home.” These statements were supposed to burden Banas and his family.

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Kierwiński: We are not dealing with the government, but with a normal mafia

Marcin Kierwiński from the Civic Coalition said that “if this information turns out to be true, it will mean that we are not dealing with the government, but with a normal mafia that corrupts witnesses and collects left evidence to fight against state officials.”

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Establishing a commission of inquiry, he said, “seems to be entirely justified.” – Marian Banaś – as Donald Tusk said – could be the crown political witness in the trial that would show the entire pathology of PiS rule, Kierwiński said.

Kierwiński: We are not dealing with the government, but with a normal mafiaTVN24

Mosiński: Banaś, instead of dealing with the Supreme Audit Office, runs to journalists with revelations

Jan Mosiński from PiS assessed that Banaś “acts very actively”. – He should take care of the Chamber and its functioning, and not run all the time to journalists with some information or revelations – added the MP. In his opinion, the inquiry committee is unnecessary.

Mosiński: Banaś, instead of dealing with the Supreme Audit Office, runs to journalists with revelationsTVN24

“This would mean that so-called mining arrests are still used in Poland”

Senator of the PiS club, Jan Maria Jackowski, said that “as a rule, the ruling camp is against the creation of such committees, usually arguing that all other possible means of legal action have not been exhausted.”

– If this is true, it would mean that so-called mining arrests are still used in Poland, which consist in keeping people in custody without a sentence and giving irrefutable proposals that they will be released from custody if they charge someone who at the moment he is on the fork of the judiciary – said Jackowski.

Jackowski: This would mean that so-called mining arrests are still used in PolandTVN24

Main photo source: PAP / Wojciech Olkuśnik



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