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PO's leader on new allies
September 17, 2018   
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Poland's biggest opposition party Civic Platform (PO) wants to incorporate awareness of social issues into its program, hence the access of Barbara Nowacka and her leftist grouping Inicjatywa Polska into the common local elections front Koalicja Obywatelska headed by PO, party leader Grzegorz Schetyna told the daily Rzeczpospolita. Schetyna hopes that Koalicja Obywatelska will add new allies ahead of the elections to the European Parliament, possibly agrarian polish Peoples Party (PSL) and centre-left Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), the politician said.
Koalicja Obywatelska will keep the family support program 500+ but will seek to include single mothers with one child into the scheme when it comes to power, Schetyna promised.
PO has no alternative scenario for its candidate for Warsaw mayor Rafal Trzaskowski as the party believes in his victory over Law and Justice (PiS) nominee Patryk Jaki, according to Schetyna.
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