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Pegasus. “Gazeta Wyborcza”: KO and Paweł Kukiz reached an agreement on the investigative committee

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The Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska) reached an agreement with Paweł Kukiz on the investigative commission that would investigate the Pegasus scandal, “Gazeta Wyborcza” reported. The PO agreed to investigate surveillance since 2005, as postulated by Kukiz.


Gazeta Wyborcza reported that the chairman of the Civic Coalition Borys Budka He told her that he had just concluded an agreement with the leader of Kukiz’15 Paweł Kukiz on the issue of the parliamentary investigative committee, which would investigate the issues related to the reports of the surveillance system Pegasus. The head of the KO agreed to investigate the surveillance since 2005, because – according to “GW” – “he believes that the commission should summarize the entire office of the current head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, Mariusz Kamiński.”

“Paweł Kukiz visited me with a revised proposal. Next week, members of the Civic Coalition will sign it,” said Budka, quoted by the daily. “Wyborcza” informs that the Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska) also made a condition that “PiS cannot have a majority in this committee”. “The idea is to prevent the opposition’s conclusions from being torpedoed,” we read.

Main photo source: Adam Chełstowski / Forum

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