Kristupas Krivickas, one of the leaders of the Anti-Corruption Coalition of Naglis Putekis and Kristupas Krivickas spoke at Infodiena, claiming that despite failing to exceed the 7% vote barrier needed for his coalition to enter Seimas, he is is still happy with the election results, with the coalition coming in fifth in votes despite failing to enter Seimas.
Naglis Puteikis ir Kristupas Krivickas
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“We passed significant political entities like the Polish Electoral Action, Order and Justice, Labour Party, Artūras Zuokas’ party, a case where it was clear there was a vast budget in use,” stated Krivickas.
According to him they started their movement in late spring, with the coalition itself only being registered on August 5 and formally approved on the 16th reported.

“We had a month and a half for campaigning and managed to reach this result, which has me being invited to various television interviews. It would appear that analysts and journalists have acknowledged that we had achieved good results,” the rookie politician expresses confidence.

Krivickas believes that his coalition struck a greater blow against political corruption in one night than others have over four years. “The votes that would earlier go to Order and Justice or Labour, they ended up with us,” spoke Krivickas.

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