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    What next about Banaś?

    There is no new information about the President of the Supreme Audit Office, Marian Banaś. Banaś has not resigned although, according to the ‘Dziennik Gazeta Prawna’ newspaper, he wanted to do so last Friday but the Marshal of the Sejm, Elżbieta Witek, did not accept his resignation.

     ”Today, together with the Minister Siemoniak, we’re going to talk to the Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, to make public the full calendar of the scandals of Marian Banaś. We expect concrete answers to our questions: for instance, for how long has the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau been conducting the investigation regarding Marian Banaś’s scandals”- says Marcin Kierwiński, The Civic party.  

     ”We don’t want Poland to be the country where all different matters are taken care of in ministers’ or the prime minister’s offices. We think that these kinds of matters should be taken care of transparently so that the public can be familiar with all the charges and we, as a society, can say that everything has been done to resolve this matter in accordance with law and the constitution”- Says Marcelina Zawisza, The Left party.

     ”It is not good that a person who has an opinion like that has the position as the President of the Supreme Audit Office. On the other hand, the charges are not connected to his current position”- says Dobromir Sośnierz, The Confederation.

      ”Apparently, the President of the Supreme Audit Office does not want to resign and that is his tactic. I think he’s going to be consistent”- says Jan Maria Jackowski, The Law and Justice party.

     ”Today, the ‘Dziennik Gazeta Prawna’ newspaper reported that Marian Banaś wanted to resign on Friday. According to the authors, the Marshal of the Sejm, Elżbieta Witek didn’t accept his resignation. The Sejm Information Center denied this information saying that there was no resignation letter from the President of the Supreme Audit Office”- says Aleksandra Zarzycka, TV Republika.


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