Coalition deal signed by leaders of United Right

Leaders of the parties creating the United Right grouping signed the coalition agreement on Thursday, Krzysztof Sobolewski the head of Law and Justice (PiS) Executive Committee announced.

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The document was signed by leaders of parties that create the United Right: Jarosław Kaczyński, the leader of PiS, Jarosław Gowin, the head of Agreement and Zbigniew Ziobro, the leader of Solidary Poland (SP).

Among people present, during the official signing of the agreement, was also Mateusz Morawiecki, the Prime Minister of Poland.

The deal concerns the conditions of cooperation and activities of the United Right during the new term of the Polish parliament.

“The details remain in responsibility and knowledge of the sides of the agreement,” Mr Sobolewski said.

The previous agreement expired with the end of the previous term.

The United Right was victorious in the recent general election in Poland, having recorded a support of 43.59 percent of voters.