The new political association “Polska Jest Najważniejsza,” (Poland Is The Most Important), led by ex-PiS MP Joanna Kluzik-Rostkowska, on Tuesday announced the formation of a parliamentary club, meaning it has the backing of at least 15 MPs.
“The last elections showed that Poles have had enough of empty arguments, enough of the politics of negative emotions. In the last five months Law and Justice and Civic Platform have lost almost six million voters. That is a serious sign,” said Ms Kluzik-Rostkowska.
Members of the club include ex-PiS MPs Elżbieta Jakubiak, Paweł Poncyljusz and Wojciech Mojzesowicz, as well as the director of the Warsaw Rising museum, Jan Ołdakowski.
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