I assumed anything could happen. Even if they were eavesdropping for the last three or four days, it did not affect the election result, and it will not affect the result of forming the coalition either – assured Włodzimierz Czarzasty, one of the leaders of the Left, on TVN24. He talked about the words of the former head of the CBA, Paweł Wojtunik, who suggested that the services could have eavesdropped on the opposition just before the elections.
Paweł Wojtunik, former boss CBA he said that at the Bureau’s center in Lucień two days before elections briefing took place. He publicly asked the Minister of Internal Affairs whether it was true that special orders had been issued “to massively apply operational control to representatives of opposition groups in the context of the parliamentary elections.”
Włodzimierz Czarzasty, one of the leaders of the Left, deputy speaker of the Sejm, said on Monday in “Rozmowa Piaseckiego” that he “did not feel” that he was being wiretapped. – Although to be honest, I assumed that anything could happen – he noted.
– You know, I’m a bit skeptical about it. If this happened, we will find out sooner or later. To be clear – it’s not about a year, two, or three. It’s about a month at most. Someone will start leaking (…) or documents will appear – said Czarzasty.
He added that “even if they were eavesdropping for the last three or four days, it did not affect the election result, and it will not affect the result of forming the coalition either.” – Therefore, I think that all this is not that important, apart from the importance of the political system, the state, and trust in the state – said the TVN24 guest.
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