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New party in November?
October 12, 2017   
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Jaroslaw Gowin
Poland might see a new party enter its political stage in the second half of November as the deputy PM and higher education minister Jaroslaw Gowin is planning to hold the founding congress of his fresh grouping at that time, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes, citing its own findings.
The party, to be based on the existing Polska Razem formation, hopes to attract the Republikanie Association affiliates, the members of libertarian Janusz Korwin-Mikke's Wolnosc party, and politicians from local Civic Platform (PO) structures, a move supposed to give Gowin's milieu a better starting position in the 2018 municipal elections, sources tell Rzeczpospolita.
Gowin's political plans have been known to the top brass of the governing party Law and justice (PiS), a prominent PiS politician tells the daily, but some in the ruling party eye it with suspicions.
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