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Polish ex-deputy PM detained in corruption probe: reports

15.10.2020 16:01
Polish anti-corruption investigators have detained former Deputy Prime Minister Roman Giertych, according to media reports.

Officials said on Thursday that the former politician, who was detained along with 11 other people, is suspected of taking part in a scheme involving siphoning money out of a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and money laundering.

The company suffered losses of over PLN 90 million (over EUR 19m, USD 23m), Poland's Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) said.

The anti-corruption bureau did not give the full names of the detained men, but Polish media reported that one of them was Roman Giertych, a high-profile lawyer who was a deputy prime minister and minister of education from 2006 to 2007 under a previous government.

Giertych is the former leader of the ultra-conservative League of Polish Families, which was once an ally of Poland’s now-ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party. He later became a fierce critic of Law and Justice.


Source: IAR/Polish Radio