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PiS looks for Kukiz'15 deputies?
September 5, 2017   
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Jozef Brynkus
Ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) is courting select MPs of "soft opposition" grouping Kukiz'15 in order to strengthen its "not very stable" majority in the Lower House, according to the Sejm rumors.
Kukiz'15 MPs Jozef Brynkus and Tomasz Rzymkowski, who are among those said to be targeted, officially deny any plans to switch to PiS. Unnamed Kukiz'15 politicians admit that the widening rift between the two groupings might serve as an incentive to join the ruling party while possible, as renewing of the informal coalition is uncertain.
But some other Kukiz'15 MPs believe that the rumors are spread by PiS politicians in order to put pressure on the ruling party MPs.
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