SW Research, commissioned by the portal rp.pl, asked Poles whether they believed that the former heads of the CBA, Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik, should be pardoned. A significant minority of respondents answered in the affirmative.
President Andrzej Duda has still not decided to apply the law of pardon to Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik. He is counting on the actions of the Minister of Justice, Adam Bodnar, who, however, is not in a hurry to consider this case quickly. Therefore, Law and Justice politicians are to go to the Presidential Palace this week to convince Duda of the need to take decisive steps.
Poll regarding the pardon of Wąsik and Kamiński
As much as 75 percent respondents believe that Wąsik and Kamiński should not be pardoned. The opposite answer was given by 17.80 percent. respondents. 25.20 percent there is no specific opinion on this matter. Interestingly, 60 percent consider pardoning PiS politicians to be inappropriate. women and 52 percent men. The older people are, the less willing they are to support the idea of a pardon.
People whose income was between PLN 2,001 and PLN 3,000 net (65%) and residents of cities with a population of between 200,000 and 200,000 people were also more likely to express negative opinions about pardon. and 499 thousand people.
Despite the lack of public support, President Duda spoke about his strong desire to pardon former MPs. – In my opinion and in the opinion of the Constitutional Tribunal, it was admissible. But I am primarily interested in effectiveness. Although there is some risk from the legal side and I am aware that I will be attacked by them. For me, the most important thing is that Mariusz Kamiński’s life and health do not suffer, declared the president.
– Today, Mariusz Kamiński is in a very difficult health situation, he is constantly on hunger strike. Maciej Wąsik is also on hunger strike. I wish this would be stopped. If this can only be stopped by me simply pardoning them again to simply save them, I will do it – he added in an interview for “Super Express”.