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PSL stays afloat
January 23, 2018   
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Opposition groupimg Polish Peoples Party (PSL) will likely be able to keep its parliamentary caucus afloat thanks to possible transfer of MPs from other groupings, even after PSL MP Miroslaw Baszka decided to move to the right-wing grouping led by deputy PM Jaroslaw Gowin, according to unofficial reports.
PSL may be joined by MPs of UED grouping: Michal Kaminski, Stefan Niesiolowski, Jacek Protasiewicz and Stanislaw Huskowski, media speculate. Three MPs recently excluded from main opposition party Civic Platform (PO) for breaking voting discipline,
Joanna Fabisiak, Marek Biernacki and Jacek Tomaczak, are reportedly also considering joining PSL. According to the information of Polska The Times, PSL would form a "federation" caucus with the UED MPs rather than see them join the party. PSL caucus counts only 14 MPs following Baszka's departure, below the minimum of 15 required to form a caucus.
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