Each day of delay with the dismissal of the deputy minister of sport, Łukasz Mejza, is a disgrace for the entire government, said Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk from the Left of the Left in “Fakty po Faktach”. The deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Piotr Wawrzyk, said that “if it turns out that there are any irregularities, then it seems that the decision as to the possible stay of Mr. Mejza in the government will be obvious to everyone.”
Deputy Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Piotr Wawrzyk commented in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24 Łukasz Mejza, Deputy Minister of Sportthat the company was to promise to treat the seriously ill with a method that has not been medically proven. Many politicians – not only from the opposition – are calling on the government to dismiss Meuse. Prime Minister Morawiecki He said on Monday that “the situation will surely now be subject to very detailed explanations.”
Deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: the services must assess how many irregularities there were
Wawrzyk, when asked whether in his opinion Mejza should be dismissed, said that “two issues are in my opinion crucial”. – There are proceedings conducted by the relevant services and the services have to assess to what extent there were irregularities – he assessed.
– But in general, I think that as politicians, as a political class, we should be more empathetic, because it is the profession of politician that seems crucial to me – added the deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Asked whether the resignation of Mejzy should take place, he stated that “if it turns out that there are any irregularities, then it seems that the decision as to the possible stay of Mr. Mezy in the government will be obvious to all.”
Dziemianowicz-Bąk: are you able to say I’m sorry?
According to Dziemianowicz-Bąk, “each day of delay with the dismissal of Mr. Mejza is a disgrace for the entire government, and also a disgrace for the entire political class.”
– This is not my government, it is not my political environment, I am as far away from Law and Justice as possible, but this is my country, this – as MPs – is also my Sejm, my parliament. (…) I am ashamed, I think it is a disgrace that Mr Łukasz Mejza is sitting on the government boards today – she stated.
According to the deputy of the Left, “the entire political class, and above all, of course, representatives of the government, should today tell all those who have been harmed by Mr. Mejza’s activities, I am honestly sorry.” empathy for which the minister is appealing – she added.
– Mr. Minister, are you able to apologize today to the people who were tricked, according to media reports, by Mr. Can you say I’m sorry for the fact that this man who, according to media reports, preyed on terminally ill children, still sits in the government? In the government that you support, in the government that you also bear with your name, with your face. Can you even afford such a gesture, if you cannot afford to say straightforwardly: Łukasz Mejza should be dismissed immediately? – asked the deputy of the deputy minister.
Wawrzyk: if there is something reprehensible, an apology should appear
Wawrzyk replied: – I said my opinion on this subject. When asked if there would be an apology, Wawrzyk replied that “if there is something reprehensible, then, of course, an apology should appear”.
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