— Paulina Hennig-Kloska insists that she is only an MP from the Third Way, Szymon Hołownia’s Poland 2050 party. But everyone still says that she will be the Minister of Climate and Environment – with these words Robert Mazurek welcomed MP Paulina Hennig-Kloska in the RMF FM studio. Two weeks ago, “Gazeta Wyborcza” unofficially reported that she was being considered for the position of head of the Ministry of the Environment.
The presenter noted that the democratic opposition announced that if it took over, it would focus on competence. He mentioned that Hennig-Kloska was a member of the Parliamentary Public Finance Committee and the Committee for Energy, Climate and State Assets. – I understand that since the climate there is also sandwiched between treasure and energy, this gives you the mandate to now be a specialist in environmental and climate protection – Mazurek ironized.
“I will not be drawn into such a discussion”
– If we are talking about my competences, I have done nothing else all my life but deal with the real economy – the politician replied. She added that she also cares about the environment, because she has been saving the Gniezno Lake District for years. The presenter maintained that the MP had neither education nor experience to head the Ministry of the Environment. — I don’t have any ministerial portfolio, that’s the first thing. Secondly, I will not be drawn into such a discussion, replied Hennig-Kloska.
Later in the conversation, the host asked how many national parks there are in Poland: – You don’t have to know, I’ll tell you what, if anything – said the journalist. — Yes, I know, of course. There are a few, eight, nine. “You won’t question me now,” she said. Robert Mazurek replied that the correct answer was 23. He explained that he was asking because the last national park in Poland was created during the government of Jerzy Buzek and asked whether new ones would be created.
– The political will is to increase the area of the country covered by national parks and this is also included in our demands and probably in the coalition agreement – replied the MP.-
Source: RMF FM, “Gazeta Wyborcza”