The leader of the PSL, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, did not talk to the head of the PiS, Jarosław Kaczyński, about the making the coalition together, as Marek Sawicki, deputy head of the parliamentary club of the Polish Coalition (PSL-Kukiz'15), claims.
"I spoke yesterday with President Kosiniak-Kamysz and there was no talk about the coalition. On some occasion, maybe they saw each other and talked about something, but you can talk about everything," Sawicki emphasized.
When asked about the statements of the Koalicja Polska club MP Jarosław Sachajko, associated with Kukiz'15, as well as Paweł Kukiz, suggesting that a coalition with PiS would be advisable, Sawicki noted that both partners in the Polish Coalition respect their own subjectivity.
"If Paweł Kukiz and Jarosław Sachajko decide that it is necessary to change Poland and the reality with Jarosław Kaczyński and PiS, then we will not force them to stay," he stressed.
When asked that he himself in the PSL was considered a supporter of the coalition with PiS, Sawicki replied that he had repeatedly said that "we do not arrange a date with a praying mantis".