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Porozumienie Centrum (PC; English: Centre Agreement) was a Polish centrist Christian Democratic political party. The party rose in 1990 after breaking with Solidarność. Its chairman was Jarosław Kaczyński. In its programme, the PC opposed socialism and was anti-communist. In 1997 PC joined the Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) movement, but in 2001 Lech and Jarosław Kaczyński created a new party, called Law and Justice as the successor of the PC.
- Jarosław Kaczyński, Warszawa,
- Jan Parys, Warszawa,
- Tomasz Jackowski, Warszawa II,
- Lech Kaczyński, Nowy Sącz,
- Wojciech Ziembiński, Warszawa,
- Krzysztof Tchórzewski, Siedlce,
- Teresa Liszcz, Lublin,
- Edmund Krasowski, Gdańsk,
- Adam Glapiński, Olsztyn,
- Antoni Tokarczuk, Bydgoszcz,
- Adam Lipiński, Wrocław,
- Ludwik Dorn, Łódź.