Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk reported that “mentions about Edgar K. began to disappear even from old news on government websites.” The Left MP published two screenshots.
The visa scandal is currently one of the topics that dominate public debate. This concerns suspicions of corruption in the process of issuing visas to hundreds of thousands of workers from Asia and Africa.
On Friday, September 15, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement regarding “false information regarding the visa process.” The extensive document highlights 10 topics. Appears, among others: stating that “it is not true that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs imported hundreds of thousands of migrants from Muslim countries and Africa.” It was also emphasized that “in Polish visa policy, the absolute priority is the safety of Polish citizens.”
Disappearing mentions of Edgar K. “Someone cares about hiding the truth”
Edgar K. is one of the people allegedly involved in the visa scandal. According to Wirtualna Polska, in April the man was charged with paid protection, and the Lublin-Zachód District Court decided to arrest him for three months. According to unofficial information, Edgar K. was a close associate of Piotr Wawrzyk.
Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk informed via social media about “disappearing” mentions of Edgar K. “Wow. Visas for bribes are such a “non-scandal” that someone working for the government destroys evidence of Edgar K.’s connections with PiS politicians. The purges are so total that mentions of Edgar K. began to disappear even from old news on government websites. Someone wants to hide the truth,” wrote the Left MP, and attached two screenshots to confirm her words.
Jarosław Kaczyński: There is no scandal, it’s not even a scandal
When writing about the “non-scandal”, Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk referred to Jarosław Kaczyński’s statement during a meeting with voters in Toruń. The PiS president, referring to the issue of issuing visas, said that “there is no scandal, it’s not even a scandal.”
– This is simply a stupid, truly criminal idea of some people, the vast majority of whom have nothing to do with the government apparatus or, at least, they have some distant connections that they tried to exploit – said Jarosław Kaczyński.