On January 7 and 8, Senate Marshall Thomas Grodsky and a delegation will visit the Vatican. The highlight will be the meeting with Pope Francis, which will take place on Saturday at 10:30 am.

Then Grodzki goes to St. Peter, where he will lay flowers on the tomb of Saint Peter. John Paul II. Then he will meet with journalists in Pius XII Square in the Vatican.

In turn, at noon the same day, the Senate Marshall will visit the Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Trastevere in Rome, where he will lay flowers under the recently restored plaque dedicated to Blessed Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, whose chapel is emeritus. It was this very temple.

Grodzki’s immunity status

At the end of December, Prosecutor General Zbigniew Ziobro sent another letter to the Senate Proposal to waive the immunity of Marshal Thomas Grodzki. The Szczecin Prosecutor’s Office submitted an application to prosecute the PO politician in March 2021.

Investigators believe that while serving as director of a specialized hospital in Szczecin and head of the local department of thoracic surgery, Grodzky received financial benefits from patients.

The attorney general’s office plans to indict Senate Marshall on four counts of accepting financial benefits — in 2006, 2009 and 2012.

In October, the Vice-President of the Senate, Bogdan Borosevich, citing official flaws in the prosecution’s proposal, decided that a motion to withdraw Grodzky’s immunity would not be put to a vote.

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