Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visited Kędzierzyn-Koźle (Opole) on Sunday. Some of the residents who came to the meeting were not allowed in. The organizers excused themselves with “safety concerns”. – We want to speak. There is something wrong here – said one of the unreleased inhabitants.
Mateusz Morawiecki, as well as other politicians from the ruling party, continue their tour of Polish towns. On Sunday, the head of the government met with the inhabitants of Kędzierzyn-Koźle. A large group of people gathered in front of the building, who were not allowed to meet the prime minister.
According to the residents’ reports, some of the audience were brought to the meeting room by coaches, and the rest had invitations. – Apart from the queue, everyone entered here as he wanted, they have some privileges, and we, as citizens wronged by the present and previous authorities, have no right to enter? We want to speak. There is something wrong here – reported one of the men.
When asked by a journalist why one of the residents can enter, the man guarding the entrance excused himself with “lack of places” and “security reasons”.
– Pity. Free Sunday, I wanted to see the premiere – said another participant.
– I’m dissappointed. I tried, but unfortunately I couldn’t get in – said one of the women. “Honestly, I don’t care about that.” And yes, I know what he (the prime minister) is lying, so it makes no difference whether I see him live or not – she added after a while.
Meetings with the prime minister are not for everyone
A similar situation took place on Saturday, July 16, during a meeting with the inhabitants of Turów. In turn, last Saturday, July 9, problems with entering some residents of the Rypin commune had a meeting with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki – especially those who brought banners with slogans criticizing the actions of the government. Moreover, during the meeting, the mayor of Rypin, Paweł Grzybowski, snatched a banner with the slogan “Pinocchio the notorious liar” from the hands of one of the men. The Office of the Human Rights Defender took the floor on this matter.
In June, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visited Kostrzyn, where he met with supporters of Law and Justice. The head of government spoke about the successes of the ruling party and criticized the opposition. The farmers from Agrounia were also not admitted to this meeting, even though they had previously received accreditations.
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