Deputy prime minister for security, PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński announced yesterday evening from the parliamentary rostrum that opposition deputies had "blood on their hands" and announced that they would "go to jail". This happened while accusing the opposition of inciting people to mass demonstrations, exposing hundreds of people to death from the coronavirus, and he called opposition politicians criminals.
During the evening session of the Sejm, the head of the Left club, Krzysztof Gawkowski, previously said that during the protest of women against the tightening of abortion law, which gathered in front of the parliament building, "the police had beaten and arrested the deputy speaker of the Sejm, Włodzimierz Czarzasty (Left). KO deputy Monika Wielichowska added that the police broke her parliamentary identity card and violated her physical integrity.
"When we hear from this rostrum that the deputies will be sitting when there will be the rule of law in Poland, we must say to ourselves – this is not only a violation of political standards, but these are punishable threats against people who are fighting for democracy," Krzysztof Gawkowski responded.
On the other hand, the KO deputy Barbara Nowacka announced that she would submit a notification to the prosecutor's office.
“An incredible thing is happening. The deputy prime minister of the government goes to the rostrum, insults the opposition. These are the accusations for which KO will file an application to the prosecutor's office because we will not be offended. And we have no blood on our hands. The man who has been responsible for the chaos in the last 10 years has blood on his hands. Blood flows in the streets” said Nowacka outraged.