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Tomasz Górski (born 15 August 1973 in Poznań) is a Polish politician. He was elected to the Sejm on 25 September 2005, getting 8664 votes in 39 Poznań district as a candidate from the Law and Justice list.
On 4 November 2011 he, along with 15 other supporters of the dismissed PiS MEP Zbigniew Ziobro,left Law and Justice on ideological grounds to form a breakaway group, United Poland.
On 14 September 2015 he announced transfer to the KORWiN party
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