In November of last year, Szymon Hołownia, upon his election as the Marshal of the Sejm, vowed to remove the police barriers in front of the parliamentary building, emphasizing unity over division. “Enough of these barriers being set between us,” he declared. However, just two months later, the barriers have made a comeback, prompting questions about Hołownia’s change of stance.
Dariusz Piontkowski, a member of the Law and Justice party, expressed skepticism about Hołownia’s openness to engaging with all citizens. “Has Marshal Hołownia altered his perspective? Is he no longer willing to meet with everyone?” Piontkowski questioned on the party’s portal.
Protests and Political Dynamics
Today at 4 PM, the Law and Justice party is organizing the “Protest of Free Poles” in front of the Sejm, featuring prominent figures like Jarosław Kaczyński and Mateusz Morawiecki. Hołownia’s apprehension about the public presence seems evident as the Protest of Free Poles unfolds.