"PiS and the Independent Local Government Party signed a coalition treaty in Lower Silesia," said Michał Dworczyk. "We thank President Jaroslaw Kaczyński and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki for the support of the region," he added. Meanwhile, the head of the Lower Silesian structures and PiS Vice President Adam Lipiński RMF said that "there will be no coalition until it is signed."
/Andrzej Iwańczuk /reporter
"I have to sign it," says Lipiński RMF. And he adds that he has not yet submitted such a signature. Minister Dworczyk replies that this is a misunderstanding and the contract is signed.
Earlier, Michał Dworczyk wrote to Twitter: "The law and the law and the local government signed a coalition treaty in the Lower Silesian Region." We would like to thank President Jaroslaw Kaczyński and Prime Minister Mateus Morawiecki for supporting the region. "Common to Lower Silesia!"
Following the announcement of the results of local elections, the PiS asked several of its members to negotiate the conclusion of a coalition in regional seas in this area, where the party did not receive an independent majority. Their work was directed by Dworczyk.
In the Lower Silesian Seym elections this year, the Independent Women's Self-government gained 6 seats and became the main potential coalition party, with PiS gaining 14 seats in 36 local regional councils and 13 members of the Citizen's Coalition. The remaining places were: KWW Z Dutkiewicz on Lower Silesia – 2 and PSL-1.
Last week, Lobin president Robert Ratchinsky of the local non-partisan organizations met with Prime Minister Morawiecki and Dworczyk during the talks on the coalition in the Lower Silesian Parliament, along with the Lower Silesia route, Caesar Przybilsk.
Last week, Miroslav Lubinski, a council member elected from the Lower Silesian Regional Council of the Polish People's Party, said last week that he wanted to work with a possible coalition of non-PiS-local governments.
In the local elections, which took place on October 21, PiS gained an independent majority in 6 seymos from the following provinces: Lubelskie, Łódzkie, Małopolskie, Podkarpackie, Podlasie and Świętokrzyskie. The Civic Coalition has an independent majority in one regional council – the Pomeranian Voivodship.
Assuming co-operation with farmers, the coalition KO and PSL would also be able to manage the regional councils: Kujawsko-Pomorze (18 out of 30), Mazovians (26 out of 51), Warmian-Mazurian (19 out of 30) and Wielkopolska (22 out of 39) .
In Lubuskie and Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship, the formation of a coalition will depend on the SLD's advisor and local authority as well as on the decision of the province. Opole – from German minority advisers. In the Province of Silesian, in turn, the decisions of the members of the SLD Council.