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PiS MPs Marek Suski and Paweł Szrot punished by the Sejm ethics committee

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The Sejm Ethics Committee punished PiS MPs Paweł Szrot and Marek Suski. This is about Szrot’s intervention on TVP and Suski’s words about Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Politicians were punished for attention.

Ewa Schädler from Poland 2050, a member of the committee, informed about the penalties. She said the ethics committee had looked into the matter of intervention MP Paweł Szrot on TVPwho wanted to enter one of the television’s rooms after “advertising himself as the police”.

She added that Szrot appeared at the committee meeting and provided explanations. – Basically, the explanations went in the direction that it was a greater necessity because he was prevented from intervening – said the MP. – The committee decided that the MP will be punished with the lowest penalty, i.e. reprimand – Schädler said.

This concerns the situation from December 23 last year. PiS MP and former head of the President’s Cabinet, Paweł Szrot, together with other politicians of the previous ruling team, was in the TVP building. He wanted to enter one of the rooms locked from the inside and talked to people who were inside through the door. The footage of the incident was posted on social media.

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It shows Szrot knocking on the door and saying: “Please open… Police.” Only when the door opens does he announce that he is an MP.

Suski punished for his comment about Tusk

Schädler said that the commission also punished another PiS MP Marek Suski – for a statement on Radio Plus at the end of December last year. At the end of the conversation, Suski wished the listeners a nice day “despite the weather under dead Tusk.”

The PiS politician was at the meeting and – as Schädler said – he explained his words using a “linguistic translation”.

Pursuant to the regulations, the Ethics Committee may punish a Member by issuing a remark, warning or reprimand. The MP has the right to appeal against the decision of the ethics committee within 14 days from the date of delivery of the resolution regarding the imposed penalty.

Main photo source: M. Obara/PAP, P. Supernak/PAP



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