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Warsaw. PiS wants to convene an extraordinary session about Marywilska

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The club of Law and Justice councilors submitted a request to convene an extraordinary session of the Warsaw Council on the situation of merchants after the fire at the hall at 44 Marywilska Street. They also set a date – May 23.

Tobiasz Bocheński spoke on behalf of the PiS club of councilors on the proposed session. According to him, “the matter should be a priority for the Warsaw authorities and requires urgent action.” “Residents and councilors must learn in detail the plans for the development of this area after the fire. At the same time, PiS councilors expect that the Masovian Voivode as the person responsible for crisis management will participate in the session of the Prime Minister,” we read in a press release on this subject.

The session would be convened on May 23. In its agenda, PiS councilors propose adding an item reading: “Information from the President of the Capital City of Warsaw on aid for victims of the fire at the market hall at ul. Marywilska 44 in Warsaw and the plans of the Capital City of Warsaw regarding the development of this area after fire”.

PiS representatives also requested that the Masovian Voivode, Mariusz Frankowski, take part in the deliberations.

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Fire and losses

Let's remember: to fire at the market hall at Marywilska Street it happened on Sunday, May 12 in the morning. There were about 1,400 different stores, half of which offered clothes. The usable area of ​​the entire shopping center was 62,000 square meters. The entire hall burned down and the structure was completely destroyed.

Merchants who traded on Marywilska Street estimate their losses in hundreds of thousands of zlotys. Many lost their life's work.

READ MORE: “In one night, these people lost their entire life's belongings.”

Mirbud, the owner of Marywilska 44, announced that the hall will be rebuilt. He also informed that the assets of the Marywilska 44 company were insured.

In turn, the spokesman for the Warsaw-Praga District Prosecutor's Office, prosecutor Norbert Woliński, said that on Monday the prosecutor's office issued a decision on initiation of an investigation regarding the undetermined cause of an event threatening property on a large scale, which involved a fire in the building of the Marywilska 44 shopping center.

Main photo source: TVN24

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