I don’t see anyone willing to talk to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. We really have a majority and we are ready to take over responsibility for the state, said Paulina Hennig-Kloska from Poland 2050 on TVN24. She added that “at some stage there were approaches” from PiS, which wanted to “pull out a few MPs” from her party.
Mateusz Morawiecki invited representatives of parliamentary clubs to the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and wants to talk there about “building the Coalition of Polish Affairs”. However, the groups do not want to talk to Morawiecki and refuse to participate in the meeting.
Hennig-Kloska: They were under the illusion that maybe they would get a few MPs out
Paulina Hennig-Kloska from Poland 2050 appeared in the Thursday edition of “Rozmowa Piaseckiego” on TVN24. – We are not going to the Prime Minister. He could have invited us for six years and he didn’t do it, he didn’t talk to the opposition at all, she emphasized.
– We really have the majority and we are ready to take over responsibility for the state – added the MP.
As she said, she “doesn’t see anyone willing” to hold talks with the Prime Minister. Asked if PIS called the Polish 2050 MPs to convince them to create a coalition, she replied: – There were such approaches at some stage, but I think they abandoned them a long time ago.
– There was a moment when they had the illusion that they might get a few MPs out. The first moment the curtain fell was day elections – added Hennig-Kloska.
She said that PiS lacks “definitely too many” MPs to “try to stick it together the way they have been sticking it out in recent years, creating a majority for sold positions and money.”
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