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Stanisław Karczewski, former Marshal of the Senate, in an interview with Beata Lubecka on Radio Zet: I would rather not come to your editor

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Former Speaker of the Senate Stanisław Karczewski in an interview on Radio Zet argued that “it is not a topic to talk about” the information that most of the commanders of the Voluntary Labor Corps are PiS activists. He also argued with the host about how many people were at the Saturday PiS rally in Bogatynia. Just before leaving the studio, he turned to the host of the program: – I’d rather not come to the editor. Thank you very much.

Karczewski was the guest of the afternoon talk on Radio Zet. One of the topics of the discussion was the information from radio journalist Maciej Bąk that out of nearly 40 people serving as commanders of the Voluntary Labor Corps, at least 24 are Law and Justice activists.

The politician said that membership in Law and Justice “is not a sin”. “It’s not really a topic for me to talk about,” he said. – You cannot work in institutions as a member of Law and Justice? – he turned to the host of the program, Beata Lubecka. To her remark that earlier his party, when it was itself in the opposition, criticized this kind of situation, he replied: – I will ask for the next question.

Later in the conversation, Karczewski argued with the host about how many people were at the Saturday rally PIS in Bogatynia.

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Concluding the conversation, the host said that she did not manage to ask all the questions and maybe they will be asked next time. – I’d rather not come to the editor. Thank you very much – said Karczewski, then got up and left the studio. He did not answer the question why he does not intend to come to the program in the future.

Stanislaw Karczewski PAP/Piotr Polak

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