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The Right Wing of the Republic (Polish: Prawica Rzeczypospolitej) is a political party in Poland founded by former Marshal of the Sejm Marek Jurek on 20 April 2007 after he had left Law and Justice on 16 April 2007, when the Sejm failed to pass a constitutional amendment outlawing abortion. The party positions itself as a Christian conservative party with a strong focus on family rights and a pro-life stance.[1][2]

Right Wing of the Republic

Prawica Rzeczypospolitej
LeaderKrzysztof Kawęcki
Founded20 April 2007
Headquartersul. Wspólna 61/105, Warsaw
IdeologySocial conservatism
Political Catholicism
Ordoliberalism
Euroscepticism
Political positionRight-wing
International affiliationEuropean Christian Political Movement
European Parliament groupEuropean Conservatives and Reformists Group
ColoursBlue, Red
Sejm
1 / 460
Senate
0 / 100
European Parliament
0 / 51
Regional assemblies
1 / 555
Website
http://www.prawicarzeczypospolitej.org/

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Political programEdit

The program of the Right Wing of the Republic includes[citation needed]:

Sejm membersEdit

Former Sejm membersEdit

Former Senat membersEdit

Former European Parliament membersEdit

Election resultsEdit

SejmEdit

Election year # of
votes
% of
vote
# of
overall seats won
+/–
2011 35,169 0.24
0 / 460
2015 5,711,687 37.6 (#1) with Law and Justice
235 / 460
*
  78 Majority

*Only 217 of those were actually from the party. 9 of the elected were members of Solidarity for Poland, 8 were members of Poland Together and Jan Klawiter was a member of Right Wing of the Republic. Under an agreement between the two parties he is an independent in the Sejm (not affiliated to any parliamentary faction).[3]

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