MP Czarnek responded to the article about the high-profile event. “So what?”

MP Czarnek responded to the article about the high-profile event.  "So what?"

Przemysław Czarnek from PiS decided to comment on the reports of “Gazeta Wyborcza” about the event in the building where his parliamentary office is located. The politician presented his opinion on the Wirtualna Polska website.

“Gazeta Wyborcza” reported on loud music from a building in the center of Lublin in a rather sensational tone. “The inhabitants of Śródmieście Lublin were woken up by the loud bang of techno music. The event was organized in the building where Przemysław Czarnek's parliamentary office is located. Neighbors heard the girls screaming and squealing. Desperate, they called the police,” wrote the Lublin branch of “GW”.

Loud party in Lublin. Czarnek's name was mentioned

The report regarding disturbing the peace at night was confirmed by the press officer of the Municipal Police Headquarters in Lublin, Superintendent Kamil Gołębiowski. It all happened on the night from Sunday to Monday, April 15. – A man called us about this. He introduced himself by name and surname. It was exactly at 23:45 – he noted.

– There was indeed loud music coming from the building. The door was opened by a young, 22-year-old woman who had been registered and warned about disturbing the peace at night. There were a few, maybe a dozen people inside. It all took a few minutes. The patrol drove away. On the night mentioned, we no longer received signals from ul. Rayski – he added.

Przemysław Czarnek comments on the “GW” article

The chairman of PiS structures in this region, Przemysław Czarnek, admitted that his office was actually located in the mentioned building. But he didn't know why he would even comment on such a matter. – So what? – he asked the journalist.

– How can I know, since in the same article of “Gazeta Wyborcza” it is written that my parliamentary office was closed and I was not there. How do I know? My parliamentary office is on the high ground floor of a building that is quite large and has been used by many organizations for many years, he emphasized.

– Youth and adult clubs, “Gazeta Polska” clubs and Młodzież Wszechpolska. Various different youth organizations. Someone there was probably too loud, the police were called, and it's good that the police were called, and that's OK. But should I be responsible for everyone who uses the building where I have a parliamentary office? – Czarnek continued to ask.

When a WP journalist stated that the building belonged to the Catholic Intelligentsia Club, Czarnek summed up the entire discussion. – Then ask the KIK secretariat. My parliamentary office was closed from Friday evening until Monday morning. If a youth organization had a meeting on Sunday and had too much fun, they probably overdid it, he said.

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