MP Monika Pawłowska informed that after talking to the president of Law and Justice, Jarosław Kaczyński and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, she decided to join the PiS parliamentary club. “My priorities remain unchanged – investments in housing, green energy and new technologies,” she said.
Monika Pawłowska on Thursday said on Twitter that she resigned from membership in the parliamentary group of the Agreement and in the party Alliance by Jarosław Gowin. “I cannot accept the destabilization of the functioning of the Polish state for private political purposes,” she wrote then.
Pawłowska: after talking to Jarosław Kaczyński and the prime minister, I decided to join the PiS parliamentary club
The deputy informed PAP about her next steps on Friday. – Law and Justice introduced many changes in the Polish Lada, postulated by entrepreneurs and citizens. These were also my postulates. Therefore, after talking to PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, I decided to join the PiS parliamentary club to support solutions necessary for the further, rapid development of Poland – said the deputy.
– My priorities remain unchanged – investments in housing, green energy and new technologies – she emphasized.
The Covenant Circle in the Sejm will consist of five deputies
Pawłowska entered the Sejm from the list of the Democratic Left Alliance on the recommendation of the Spring by Robert Biedroń. After the election, she joined the Left club. In March, she announced that she was joining the Alliance by Jarosław Gowin, but she had not joined the PiS club, remaining a non-attached MP. After the Agreement left the United Right, she joined the circle that politicians associated with Gowin had formed.
After Pawłowska leaves the Covenant circle in the Sejm, it will have five deputies.
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