Crowds of Radomians came to see and ask an important question to their candidates for MPs. October 9, 2019 at 18.00 at the Radom Academy of Economics 7 candidates presented their views and ideas for the promotion of our city in the region, the fight for its development and privileges.
Soon on October 13, Radomians and all residents of our council will choose their candidates for the Sejm and Senate of the Republic of Poland! For a joint discussion on views, how to represent the affairs of the citizens of our city, the RAE invited leaders from all election committees.
From the first moments of the debate, there was a warm atmosphere in the room. Voters and supporters of their candidates from 17.00 they took places in the hall to be as close to the leaders as possible and to support their candidates.
The debate was inaugurated by the speech of the University Rector – assoc.prof. Elżbieta Kielska, who presented the leaders and gave the floor to the debate leaders – Katarzyna Ludwińska from Gazeta Wyborcza and Łukasz Molenda from Radom Media Group. The lecturers explained the rules of participation in the debate divided into rounds. In the first round, candidates answered questions prepared by journalists. In the second round, the candidates asked each other questions in two rounds. The third round was dominated by questions from the audience. In the fourth round, the leaders had a chance to present themselves in a free statement. All candidates took advantage of this opportunity, encouraging opponents to respect and voters to vote on 13 September.
The candidates had to deal with many issues and disputed views. Mirosław Maliszewski answered questions about his view on fur animal farms, and Joanna Kluzik Rostkowska explained why she represented the 17th constituency and what she would like to do for Radom and the region. Marek Szewczyk, summoned to reply to the comments of Janusz Korwin-Mikke regarding dislike of people with disabilities, emphasized that his views on the assistance and support of people with disabilities are unequivocal and clear. Patryk Fajdek convinced voters that he would fight not only for the rights of people in informal relationships, but also for access of small towns to public transport. Hubert Czerniak convinced voters of the lack of reliable vaccine testing centers in Poland. Most often, leaders of the PIS and the Civic Coalition were called to answer, whose statements aroused the most emotions, not only among the public, but also opponents. In the heat of questions MP Marek Suski defended the government’s policy related to health protection, and also argued that all current bills will be finalized in accordance with the PIS program after the election.
The debate was attended by:
MIROSŁAW MALISZEWSKI – KW POLISH PEOPLE’S PARTY
MAREK SUSKI – KW LAW AND JUSTICE
PATRYK FAJDEK – DEMOCRATIC LEFT ALLIANCE
MAREK SZEWCZYK – KW CONFEDERATION FREEDOM AND INDEPENDENCE
JOANNA KLUZIK – ROSTKOWSKA KKW CITIZENS ‘COALITION PO .N IPL GREEN
PIOTR DRZEWIŃSKI – KWW COMPETITIVE COALITION AND GOVERNMENT COALITION
HUBERT CZERNIAK – KW EFFECTIVE BY PIOTR LIROY-MARCH
The debate was moderated by: Łukasz Molenda from Radom Media Group and Katarzyna Ludwińska representing Gazeta Wyborcza.
We invite you to view the report and photo report from this event!