Agnieszka Pomaska

The Sejm, by a vote of the Law and Justice party, passed a bill lex TVN. Protests throughout Poland.
21.12.2021, written by

Free media means free people and free Poland. Hundreds of thousands of Poles know this, which was visible on Sunday on the streets of more than a hundred cities in the country. Nearly two and a half million people have already signed the appeal for vetoing the TVN lex by the President. (…) On Sunday throughout Poland took place protests demanding...


Agnieszka Pomaska infected with coronavirus. The MP’s application remained unanswered.
8.12.2021, written by

Agnieszka Pomaska asked Elżbieta Witek to allow remote voting. The KO MP is infected with a coronavirus. So far, the request has remained unanswered. „Due to the fact that I have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 infection, I request that the possibility of remote voting be made available to me and to other MPs who are ill with COVID-19 or who...


Summit for Democracy. Agnieszka Pomaska one of the speakers.
3.12.2021, written by

On Thursday (02.12), Agnieszka Pomaska participated in the Summit for Democracy event organized by the House Democracy Partnership (HDP), a bipartisan committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, the International Republican Institute (IRI), and the National Democratic Institute (NDI). Convened by President Biden, the first Democracy Summit brought...


The parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan have ended. Agnieszka Pomaska is one of the observers.
29.11.2021, written by

The parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan ended on Sunday with the citizens electing representatives of the unicameral Supreme Council. After 60 percent of votes were counted, groups supporting President Sadir Dzhaparov came out on top, the Central Election Commission said. Referring to the votes counted so far, the Central Election Commission said...


US Vice-President Kamala Harris: USA very concerned about Poland-Belarus situation.
15.11.2021, written by

The United States is „very concerned” about the situation at the Poland-Belarus border, US Vice-President Kamala Harris said on Friday. NATO said it is looking out for any escalation in the situation on its members’ borders with Belarus, after Belarusian and Russian paratroopers staged joint drills near the Polish and Lithuanian borders....


COP26: the first significant concretes and the great absentees.
3.11.2021, written by

On Tuesday, which was the second day of the COP26 summit with country leaders, two major agreements were announced – to halt deforestation by 2030 and to reduce methane emissions by 30 percent from last year’s levels by 2030. Observers note the absence of Chinese and Russian conductors at the Glasgow conference. (…) Leaders of more...


Pregnant woman dies in a hospital. National Health Fund launches inquiry.
1.11.2021, written by

The National Health Fund (NFZ) has launched an inquiry into the death of a 30-year-old pregnant woman in a hospital in Pszczyna – Health Ministry spokesman Wojciech Andrusiewicz told TVN24 on Tuesday. He added the ministry would refrain from commenting on the issue until the inspection has been completed. The hospital issued a statement on Tuesday...


Prosecution is Forcing Wyborcza’s Journalist to Reveal Her Source in the Gdańsk Mayor Murder Case
29.10.2021, written by

Wyborcza’s journalist Katarzyna Włodkowska was ordered to reveal the identity of a confidential source she relied on while reporting on the Gdańsk mayor murder case. Meanwhile, after nearly three years, the prosecution still hasn’t prepared an indictment against the man who committed the murder. Agnieszka Pomaska, MP, submitted a question...


Poll: What do Poles think about the Constitutional Tribunal?
15.10.2021, written by

61% of respondents think that the Constitutional Tribunal is currently a body dependant on decisions and actions of others – according to the latest poll carried out by Kantar for „Fakty” TVN and TVN24. According to 20% of those asked, Poland’s constitutional court is an independent institution. In a survey carried out by Kantar...


Podkarpackie, Lubelskie and Małopolskie regions repeal „LGBT-free zone” resolutions.
29.09.2021, written by

Three Polish regional councils voted on Monday to repeal motions declaring their provinces „LGBT-free zones,” state-run news agency PAP reported, after the European Union threatened to withdraw funding. Numerous local authorities in Poland declared themselves free of „LGBT ideology” in 2019, part of a conflict in the predominantly...