Changes at the head of the Warsaw structures of Law and Justice. Jarosław Krajewski will be replaced as party chairman in the capital by Małgorzata Gosiewska.
The decision was signed by PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński.
On Wednesday evening, the current chairman of the Warsaw PiS structures, Jarosław Krajewski, thanked for the cooperation via social media. “Changes, changes, changes. Thank you all for your cooperation so far for Warsaw and for Poland within the Warsaw PiS. We have built a great team that fought for common ideas and values, proudly representing the inhabitants of Warsaw. Remember that the best is yet to come,” he wrote on the platform X Krajewski.
Changes, changes, changes😀 Thank you all for your cooperation so far for Warsaw and Poland within @warszawskipis 🇵🇱 🙂 We built a great team that fought for common ideas and values, proudly representing the inhabitants of Warsaw. Remember that the best is before… pic.twitter.com/BXpK0FIo1g
— Jarosław Krajewski (@KrajewskiJarek) October 25, 2023
Krajewski will be replaced by experienced PiS MP Małgorzata Gosiewska. This information was confirmed to us by Marta Borczyńska, press secretary of PiS in Warsaw.
Małgorzata Gosiewska is the current deputy speaker of the Sejm. She can be described as a “political veteran”. Since 1990, she has been associated with Jarosław Kaczyński’s environment. Member of Parliament in the years 2005-2007 and since 2011. The wife of Przemysław Gosiewski, who died in the Smolensk crash.
Jarosław Krajewski did not win the mandate
In the last parliamentary elections, Gosiewska obtained the third result on the Law and Justice list. 36,523 voters voted for the politician. Better results were achieved by Piotr Gliński, who started in number one, and Marek Jakubiak, who started in eighth place.
In the Warsaw constituency, PiS won four seats. Jarosław Krajewski did not win a seat in the Sejm. 24,703 people voted for him, which was the fifth result on the list. Krajewski was overtaken by Sebastian Kaleta, deputy minister of justice and councilor of Warsaw.
Main photo source: Radek Pietruszka/PAP