“Wprost” was the first to reveal that Szymon Hołownia is to meet President Andrzej Duda. The representative of Poland 2050, Paulina Hennig-Kloska, revealed what her leader’s plans are.
On Friday, November 17, the Speaker of the Sejm and leader of Poland 2050, Szymon Hołownia, will meet Andrzej Duda at the Presidential Palace. – First of all, I want to introduce myself to the president in my new role. We met earlier, but I believe that the new Speaker of the Sejm should meet with the president and agree on priorities. I will repeat to the president what I said in my first speech as Speaker of the Sejm. By performing this function, I am a clear sign that there is a majority in this house capable of electing a government, Hołownia said during a press conference about his intentions.
Szymon Hołownia’s appeal to Andrzej Duda
Paulina Hennig-Kloska from Poland 2050 provided more details about the purpose of Friday’s meeting in the “Graffiti” program on Polsat News. As she stated, the topic of “cementing the state” will appear during the talks. She recalled that after the change of government in 2015, Andrzej Duda appealed not to make binding decisions that the new cabinet would have to deal with.
– Today, however, we see that these decisions are being made. This is very indecent and very dangerous, said Hennig-Kloska. – Szymon Hołownia will appeal to the president to influence his environment in this matter, because this is his political camp and he certainly influences the decisions of PiS politicians – she added.
Let us recall that on Thursday, Piotr Muller announced that the Sejm would carry out three projects: freezing energy prices, maintaining zero VAT on food and credit holidays.
The opposition needs a president
Szymon Hołownia also wants to talk to Andrzej Duda on Friday about cooperation in changes in the judiciary. We will undoubtedly need Mr. President’s cooperation. If anyone can build such a bridge between Andrzej Duda and the new government, it is certainly Marshal Hołownia, explained Hennig-Kloska.
The opposition hopes that Andrzej Duda will engage in “restoring the rule of law” and will not veto laws regarding changes in the judiciary.