A few days ago, an entry that appeared on Andrzej Duda’s account made a quick career. There were mounting speculations that its contents could have concerned Szymon Hołownia. The Marshal of the Sejm commented on these reports.
In the latest interview, Szymon Hołownia referred to Andrzej Duda’s statement, in which the president announced the initiation of pardon proceedings against Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik.
– If I said that it follows some logical sequence, I would probably be exaggerating. (…) This is a de-escalation decision to finally acknowledge, because the president did yesterday, that there is a conviction of the district court, that that pardon (from 2015 – ed.) was ineffective and to start the pardon procedure again against Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik – said the Speaker of the Sejm on TVN24.
It is worth noting that Andrzej Duda’s entourage emphasizes that the president’s move regarding Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik is in no way an admission of error. Presidential Minister Małgorzata Paprocka in an interview with Polsat News emphasized that the act of clemency from 2015 is still in force.
Hołownia about the entry on President Duda’s account. The post quickly disappeared
One of the side threads of the conversation was an entry that appeared a few days ago on President Andrzej Duda’s account on the X website (formerly Twitter). “Tell him to ask his wife what ‘having balls’ means. She knows!” – you could read. The post was deleted after several dozen seconds. There were speculations that the content of the entry could have concerned Szymon Hołownia.
– I drew attention to this (this entry – ed.) because it was reported to me. However, I have quite firm assurances, also from the circles that it most likely concerned, that it was about someone else and this person is even indicated by name and surname – said the Marshal of the Sejm on TVN24. Hołownia added that it may be a “quite prominent” PiS politician.
– Of course, I don’t have any confirmation, and of course I’m in a hurry to give Mr. President some sincere, friendly advice: many people in Polish politics have already made a lot of money by not switching their accounts on time. And the times are such that it is probably better to “put social media on the shelf” a little more often now, because nothing good will come of it if we engage in it, said Szymon Hołownia.