The disbursement of funds from the Artist Support Fund raised many voices of outrage among United Right voters; they have the right to information, so we voted for openness – Solidarna Polska stated on Thursday.
The Sejm decided on Thursday that it would listen to information from the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport, Piotr Gliński, on the procedure for granting compensation under the Culture Support Fund. In favor of supplementing the agenda of the Sejm with this point, among others, 17 members of Solidarity Poland.
The motion to supplement the Sejm’s agenda with this point was supported by 232 deputies, 217 were against. MPs voted for hearing the information: KO, Left, Polish Coalition, Confederation, Kukiz’15, Poland 2050 and 17 members of Solidarity Poland. 217 deputies voted against. 2 Members abstained from voting.
“The disbursement of funds from the Artist Support Fund has generated many voices of outrage among United Right voters. They have a right to information. That is why we voted for transparency. Our doubts are also raised by the inf. art. »Industry of contempt« in »Do Rzeczy«, we read in the statement by Solidarna Polska.
Later, Solidarna Polska added on Twitter: “The ZP continues. It’s a value. That is why we have to take care of our program – there is media information about transferring large sums of money to projects attacking Polish history and Poles – voters have the right to reliable information ”.
An entry on this subject was also posted by the SP politician Sebastian Kaleta. “We do not understand the decision to classify the second list of beneficiaries in a situation where the spending of the first tranche has aroused such controversy. It is good that Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Gliński will be able to present information on spending funds from the Fund at a session of the Sejm, ”he wrote on Twitter.
Another member of Solidarna Polska, Janusz Kowalski, stated in his Twitter entry that “due to the large amount of information about possible broad financing of anti-Polish projects or organizations” they agreed that it was in the interest of the United Right to clarify these doubts.
– We believe that openness and transparency of financing are very important, which is why members of Solidarity Poland decided to vote in this way. The United Right is a great value, and the transfer of money to large anti-Polish organizations should be clarified – said Jacek Ozdoba, MP of Solidarna Polska.
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