Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk had a serious accident. The Left MP revealed how she feels currently. At the same time, she revealed her decision to run in the autumn parliamentary elections.
In the upcoming parliamentary elections, Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk won first place on the Left’s list in district no. 26, which includes Gdynia and Słupsk. The MP intended to run a very active election campaign.
“I planned to meet you often and intensively on the streets of Gdynia, Słupsk and the entire electoral district no. 26. During which we were supposed to see each other at rallies, meetings, and when handing out leaflets and leaflets,” she wrote on social media.
Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk had a serious accident
However, the politicians’ plans were thwarted by a serious accident. The parliamentarian did not reveal the circumstances in which the incident occurred. All we know is that the accident took place on the first Saturday of September after the Left convention in Łódź.
“The intervention of the emergency service, quick actions and professional care of doctors from the emergency department and the neurosurgery department of the University Clinical Hospital. WAM in Łódź, where I stayed for a few days after the accident, made me slowly come back to myself and some of my activities,” wrote Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk on her Instagram profile. The MP added that “the accident, however, left a mark – a fracture in the base of the skull, which will heal in the coming weeks.”
Will Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk resign from running in the elections?
The Left MP emphasized that she did not intend to give up running in the parliamentary elections. “However, in her case the campaign will be significantly limited. In my case, these campaign activities may be slightly different for some time, a bit more modest and a bit more mediated by the media than conducted in the form of direct street contact,” she noted.
“I trust you will understand. I believe that my activities over the last four years in and outside the Sejm will be a sufficient testimony for you of my dedication to my work as an MP and my involvement in our common struggles. I am running because I want to continue this commitment and I promise that I will fully return to it as soon as possible. In the meantime, I am asking you for understanding, keeping your fingers crossed and good thoughts,” concluded Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk.