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PiS's caucus head warns MPs
July 14, 2017   
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Ryszard Terlecki
Polish governing party Law and Justice (PiS)'s caucus head Ryszard Terlecki warned PiS MPs that flash election might take place in the autumn unless the draft bill introducing a fuel fee and two other bills proposed by PiS, namely the bill reforming supreme judicial body KRS and the water law bill), are not adopted by the end of the summer holidays, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily wrote, citing own findings.
MPs opposing the bills would not be able to run in the election with PiS's support, he added.
The fuel fee bill, whose first reading took place on Wednesday, raises concerns of some PiS MPs due to its potential negative impacts, the daily writes.
One of PiS MPs, Lukasz Rzepecki, openly and strongly criticized the bill during the Wednesday debate. Rzepecki's faith is doomed - he has no chance of being on PiS lists in the next elections, one of PiS politicians told Rzeczpospolita daily.
Rzepecki represented the voice of those among PiS MPs who do not understand why during the holiday period the party embarks on such a politically costly project, others told the daily.
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