Poland Together

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Not to be confused with Partia Razem.
Poland Together
Leader Jarosław Gowin
Vice Chairmen Adam Bielan
Marek Zagórski
Jadwiga Emilewicz
Marcin Ociepa
Founded 7 December 2013
Headquarters ul. Piękna 3/8
00-539 Warszawa
Ideology Conservatism
Economic liberalism
Soft euroscepticism
Political position Centre-right
European affiliation European Conservatives and Reformists
Colours Green, Blue
Sejm
9 / 460
Senate
4 / 100
European Parliament
0 / 51
Regional Councils
13 / 555
Website
polskarazem.pl//

Poland Together (Polish: Polska Razem) abbreviated to PR or PRZP [Poland Together United Right] (due to full name of party - Polska Razem Zjednoczona Prawica) is a political party in Poland. The party was founded on 7 December 2013 by former Minister of Justice Jarosław Gowin and members of another centre-right political party Poland Comes First.[1]

It has four members of the European Parliament: Adam Bielan, independent politician, initially from Law and Justice party, Paweł Kowal and Marek Migalski, who both joined from Poland Comes First, and Artur Zasada, who joined from Civic Platform. They sit in the European Conservatives and Reformists group.

Party in 2015 support Law and Justice candidate for Polish President Andrzej Duda, which won elections and became new RP President. Politics of Poland Together join the election Law and Justice lists in Polish parliamentary election, 2015 and gained 8 seats in Sejm and 6 in Senat. After elections some local politics were elected to parliament, 4 regional leaders of party got a seats in regional councils (sejmiks) and in total the party has 12 of them. President of the Poland Together Jarosław Gowin became deputy prime minister, and minister of Science and Higher Education, Piotr Dardziński became deputy minister of Gowin's ministry, Jadwiga Emilewicz became deputy minister of Development, Marek Zagórski became deputy minister of National Treasure, Adam Bielan was elected as the Deputy Speaker of the Senate.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Polska Agencja Prasowa". Pap.pl. Retrieved 2014-01-06. 

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