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Warsaw reprivatization scandal hits Civic Platform
October 9, 2017   
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Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz
Poland's biggest opposition party Civic Platform (PO) will deprive Warsaw president Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz of her role as deputy party leader at a December party convention, party insiders tell the daily Rzeczpospolita.
PO leaders are fully aware of the irregularities in Warsaw re-privatization cases and the impact on the party reputation, PO officials are saying increasingly publicly.
Gronkiewicz-Waltz lost her legal battle to avoid the ongoing inquiry into the property scandal, but still refuses to appear before an inquiry.
Had the party estranged Gronkiewicz-Waltz last year, the present crisis would not be that acute, a prominent PO politician says, echoing the party leader Grzegorz Schetyna, who would like to see Gronkiewicz-Waltz testify before the committee investigating the reprivatization issue.
Poland's Justice Ministry may run a similar inquiry in Krakow.
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