Centre Agreement

Porozumienie Centrum (PC; English: Centre Agreement) was a Polish Christian democratic political party. The party rose in 1990. Its chairman was Jarosław Kaczyński. In its programme, the PC opposed socialism and was anti-communist. In 1997 PC joined the Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) movement, but in 2001 Lech and Jarosław Kaczyński created a new party, called Law and Justice as the successor of the PC.

Centre Agreement

Porozumienie Centrum
LeaderAdam Lipiński
FounderJarosław Kaczyński
Founded1990
Dissolved2002
Split fromSolidarity Citizens' Committee
Merged intoLaw and Justice
IdeologyChristian democracy
National conservatism
Anti-communism
Political positionCentre-right
National affiliationCenter Civic Alliance
Solidarity Electoral Action

1993 LeadersEdit

Electoral resultsEdit

SejmEdit

Election year # of
votes
% of
vote
# of
overall seats won
+/–
1991 977,344 8.7
44 / 460
  44
As part of the Center Civic Alliance coalition.
1993 609,973 4.4
0 / 460
  44
1997 4,427,373 33.8
14 / 460
  14
As part of the Solidarity Electoral Action coalition, which won 201 seats.

SenateEdit

Election year # of
overall seats won
+/–
1991
9 / 100
1993
1 / 100
  8
1997
3 / 100
  2
As part of the Solidarity Electoral Action coalition, which won 51 seats.

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