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The end of the PiS campaign in the shadow of conflicts. “You can see how much they hate each other internally”

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The more revelations revealed by Tomasz Mraz and the closer to the European elections, the more often the question arises about what part of the responsibility will fall to Law and Justice. President Jarosław Kaczyński is silent, and his people are busy with internal problems and disputes, which may affect the end of the campaign.

It is not Maciej Wąsik, number one on the PiS list in the Podlaskie and Warmian-Masurian Voivodeships, but Karol Karski, according to Marek Suski, should become an MEP. – Just imagine how respected a colleague from “number one” will be in the European Union when he recently spent some time in prison here. Simply, no one will take him into account, and we want there to be people in the European Parliament who take into account, and they take into account Mr. Professor – explains the Law and Justice MP.

MP Suski's words at the end of the campaign caused a row in the party. “Mr. Suski's statement towards Mr. Wąsik is unjustified and repeats the lies of the current coalition on December 13,” wrote PiS spokesman Rafał Bochenek on social media.

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– Suski is right here. It is a disgrace and a shame that someone like Wąsik should represent Poland in the European Parliament, but this situation reveals a deeper picture, because you can see how much they hate each other internally – points out Marcin Kierwiński, the candidate of the Civic Coalition in the elections to the European Parliament. – This is the narrative of the Civic Platform, Rafał Bochenek said about it – Maciej Wąsik, the candidate of Law and Justice in the European Parliament elections, comments on Suski's words.

Jarosław Kaczyński attacks journalists and is confused about who Daniel Obajtek wasJakub Sobieniowski/Fakty TVN

“We don't hold back”

During the campaign, PiS politicians were supposed to calm down party disputes, but the fight between PiS candidates over who would win the mandate only intensified the tensions between various factions. – These were supposed to be “death letters” and they are. (…) We don't hold back, we just reach different groups of voters – assures Anna Zalewska, candidate of Law and Justice in the European Parliament elections.

Marek Suski was on Sunday at the Law and Justice electoral convention in the Masovian district, where Jarosław Kaczyński – while praising specific candidates – did not mention the Wąsik-Suski case.

The PiS president talked a lot about the threats resulting from further European integration and about the unfulfilled promises of Donald Tusk's government. – He really couldn't arrange anything for us, because here in Poland, he is simply implementing the German agenda in such a direct, brazen way, even without any obstructions – said Jarosław Kaczyński.

– This is not what the Polish raison d'état needs. It needs competent, balanced people who can convince themselves, and not just bash others, says Adam Jarubas, Third Way's candidate in the European Parliament elections, about Kaczyński's words.

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The leaders of the Civic Coalition reminded at the meeting in Sopot under the slogan “women for the elections” that turnout was crucial on October 15. – It might work again. We can once again push PiS to the place it deserves, argued Barbara Nowacka, Minister of National Education.

– We are standing here to ask you once again, because these elections are also elections about everything – said Magdalena Biejat, deputy speaker of the Senate, at the meeting of the Left.

Donald Tusk once again invited people to the rally on June 4 in Warsaw, which is to be a key point of the Civic Coalition's campaign.

Main photo source: PAP/Wojtek Jargiło



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