Janusz Korwin-Mikke was suspended as a member of the Confederation and expelled from the Leaders’ Council – informed the head of the Confederation’s electoral staff, Witold Tumanowicz. He added that if the politician breaks the terms of suspension, the party court will consider his removal from the Confederation.
On Tuesday, the head of the Confederation’s electoral staff, Witold Tumanowicz, announced that he had submitted a request to the party court to punish Janusz Korwin-Mikke for sabotaging the campaign. His fate was to be decided by a party court.
Tumanowicz said on Wednesday that “a decision was made by the party court to expel Janusz Korwin-Mikke from the Leaders’ Council and suspend him.” “If he breaks the terms of his suspension, the party court will consider his removal from the Confederation,” he noted.
All the most important decisions in the Confederation are made by the Leaders’ Council.
So far, the Leaders’ Council included: Krzysztof Bosak (co-chair), Sławomir Mentzen (co-chair), Konrad Berkowicz, Grzegorz Braun, Robert Iwaszkiewicz, Janusz Korwin-Mikke, Włodzimierz Skalik, Krzysztof Tuduj and Witold Tumanowicz.
The following people also take part in the work of the Leaders’ Council: Marcin Sypniewski (secretary) and Michał Wawer (treasurer).
Janusz Korwin-Mikke will not sit on the parliamentary benches. His place will be taken by Karina Bosak, who is making her debut in politics. She won over twice as many votes as Korwin-Mikke.
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