Formed last year by Catholic journalist and former presidential candidate Szymon Holownia, Polska 2050 has become a centre-right party that has managed to get some politicians from its rivals to defect to its ranks.
On Tuesday, Hanna Gill-Piatek, Joanna Mucha and Paulina Hennig-Kloska announced creation of its new group in parliament and on Wednesday, it was officially registered. They said that as a parliamentary group they will be able to represent Polska 2050 supporters in the Sejm (the lower house of Polish parliament).
Hennig-Kloska is a former member of the Nowoczesna party, which is part of the main parliamentary opposition group Civic Coalition (KO). Mucha was a member of Civic Platform, which heads the KO coalition while Gill-Piatek was a member of The Left. (PAP)