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Partnerships. Government bill. Katarzyna Kotula, Minister for Equality, comments

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Minister for Equality Katarzyna Kotula stated in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24 that the “big brake” on the government's draft law on civil partnerships is Deputy Prime Minister Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz and PSL. – Perhaps it is the case that Prime Minister Kosiniak-Kamysz, due to the next elections – this time European – does not want to say today that he agrees to the government's project on partnerships – she added.

Katarzyna Kotula, minister for equality and head of the Left's election campaign to the European Parliament, spoke in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24 about the project regarding civil partnerships.

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– The big brake on partnerships – this is probably no surprise to anyone – is today (Deputy) Prime Minister Kosiniak-Kamysz and his entire formation, which is actually only the Polish People's Party, because we know that Poland 2050 supports the project of partnerships – said Kotula, adding that she “would really like it to be a government project.”

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– There is no agreement today (in the government coalition – ed.). Very good talks took place for many weeks, also with PSL. I am open to all concepts (…) of what this project will ultimately include, she continued.

Kotula: maybe because of the elections, Kosiniak-Kamysz does not want to say that he agrees to the government project

– It may be that Prime Minister Kosiniak-Kamysz, due to the next elections – this time the European elections – does not want to say today that he agrees to the government's project on partnerships. If the European elections are an obstacle, I am ready to wait because I want there to be no quarrel over civil partnerships, added the minister.

– I am ready to wait and try to convince Prime Minister Kosiniak-Kamysz not to submit parliamentary bills. And this is also my recommendation to Prime Minister Donald Tusk, that we should not engage in parliamentary projects, Kotula continued.

– If we can reach any compromise for the government project on partnerships, I am ready to work out such a compromise until the end. I am also ready for talks with the president, she emphasized.

Main photo source: TVN24



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