|Founded||24 March 2012|
|Split from||Law and Justice|
|Youth wing||Solidary Poland Youth Forum (Polish: Forum Młodych Solidarnej Polski)|
|Ideology|| Social conservatism |
|Political position||Right-wing to far-right|
|National affiliation||United Right|
|European affiliation||Movement for a Europe of Liberties and Democracy (2011–2015)|
|European Parliament group|| Europe of Freedom and Democracy (2012–2014)|
European Conservatives and Reformists (2019–now)
18 / 460
2 / 100
2 / 52
21 / 552
United Poland : Solidarna Polska, abbreviated to SP, alternatively translated as "Solidarity Poland" ) is a right-wing to far-right, Catholic-nationalist political party in Poland. It is allied with Law and Justice (PiS), as part of United Right currently ruling in Poland.(Polish
The party is socially conservative. It is opposed to abortion and euthanasia, and supports extending maternity leave to nine months.Its staunch opposition to same-sex marriage was cited as a main reason it left the ECR group in the European Parliament.
Economically the party is in favor of economic nationalism, calling for government intervention in the economy, especially tax policy. The party has called for a 'fat cat' tax on big companies, including supermarkets, and backs higher taxes on those that earn over 10,000 złotych (€2,400) a month. It opposes the construction of a nuclear power plant in Poland.
The party was founded in 2012 by Law and Justice (PiS) MEP Zbigniew Ziobro, who led the party's conservative Catholic-nationalist faction.
After Ziobro and fellow MEPs Tadeusz Cymański and Jacek Kurski were ejected from PiS for disloyalty on 4 November 2011,Ziobro's supporters within PiS formed a new group in the Sejm. Despite claims that the new group was not attempting to form a new party, the MPs were expelled from Law and Justice.
On 26 December, their MEPs left the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) to join the Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) group in opposition to the ECR's more liberal stance on gay marriage, its support for the EU's climate change policy, and its advocacy of cuts to the Common Agricultural Policy.
The party was officially launched on 24 March 2012. At the time, opinion polls put the party on just 2%.
Right Wing of the Republic has offered co-operation with United Poland.
In a 2020 poll, it found that if the party ran independent from the United Right (Poland) it would win seats if elections were held. it would gain 5.4 percent, a high for the party.
|Election year||# of|
| % of|
overall seats won
8 / 460
|As a part of a coalition with Law and Justice, which won 235 seats in total.|
18 / 460
|As a part of a coalition with Law and Justice, which won 235 seats in total.|
|Election year||Candidate||1st round||2nd round|
|# of overall votes||% of overall vote||# of overall votes||% of overall vote|
|2015||Supported Andrzej Duda||5,179,092||34.8 (#1)||8,719,281||51.5 (#1)|
|2020||Supported Andrzej Duda||8,450,513||43.50 (#1)||10,440,648||51.03% (#1)|
Both splinter parties remained socially conservative
Solidarity Poland (Solidarna Polska, SP) absorbed a big portion of the radical nationalist ideology
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