- 14:30-16:00: Polish Senate extraordinary Committee on Pegasus, meeting with Marcin Bosacki, Chairman of the Senate extraordinary Committee and committee members
- 16:30 – 18:00 Meeting with Members of the Sejm with the Civic Coalition Club and the Left Coalition Club
- 8:30-10:00: Poland’s Supreme Audit Office, meeting with Janusz Pawelczyk and Marcin Marjański, advisors to President Marian Banaś
- 10:30-12:00: Meeting with General Piotr Pytel
- 13:30-15:00: Meeting with victims: Andrzej Malinowski, former president of the Employers of Poland organization; Krzysztof Brejza, chief of staff in the election campaign in 2019; Michał Kołodziejczak, political activist; Ewa Wrzosek, Prosecutor.
- 15:15-16:45: Ombudsman, meeting with Valeri Vachev, Deputy Commissioner for Human Rights and Mirosław Wróblewski, Director of Constitutional, International and European Law Department
- 17:00-18:30: Meeting with Judges Piotr Gąciarek, Dariusz Mazur, Krystian Markiewicz, Katarzyna Kwiatkowska on the judicial oversight of the use of Pegasus and similar spyware by state authorities.
- 08:00- 9:30: Meeting with experts on security services: Piotr Niemczyk, former director in Office of State Protection; Jacek Mąka, former colonel and former deputy Chief of Counterintelligence Service; Józef Polikowski, Stratpoints foundation.
- 9:45- 11:15: Meeting with authors of the study „How to saddle Pegasus“: Jacek Cichocki, former Special Services Coordinator; Adam Rapacki, retired Police General; Wojciech Klicki, the Panoptykon Foundation.
- 11:30-13:00: Meeting with civil society/human rights defenders/journalists: Ewa Siedlecka, journalist at Polityka; Marcin Wolny, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights; Sylwia Czubkowska, Spidersweb.
The MPs also wanted to meet with the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Justice, but this was refused.… Weiterlesen