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HEARD IN PASSING
January 31, 2013   
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“I learned the hard way that Law and Justice changes people for the worse.”
—A candid confession from Michał Kamiński, a former member of the Law and Justice (PiS) party, now in the breakaway Poland Comes First party

“I suppose this will be the result in practice of the deregulation [scrapping redundant regulations] which the Palikot Movement has been demanding.”
—Julia Pitera, a deputy from the Civic Platform (PO) party, after staff at the Warsaw HQ of the Palikot Movement party, housed in the same building as her offices, illegally tapped into a power supply

“The detained man explained that the end of the world was nigh and he wanted to stock up on food supplies.”
—A police officer in Głogów, Lower Silesia province, on a local sugar factory worker who stole a ton of sugar and tried to take it home in a truck

“In our country, people see getting elected to parliament as a way of acquiring immunity from prosecution; no one would believe me if I said I didn’t steal at all.”
—Gabriel Raduna, a parliamentary candidate for Romania’s Environmental Party, explaining the slogan of his campaign: “I Steal Less Than Others”

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