Polish Pirate Party
|Founded||23 July 2012|
|Headquarters||Marszałkowska 84/92 lok. 117|
Freedom of information
|International affiliation||Pirate Parties International|
The Polish Pirate Party (Polish: Polska Partia Piratów; Abbr.: Piraci, formerly P3) is a political party in Poland based on the model of the Swedish Pirate Party. It was founded on 23 July 2012, and registered on 21 January 2013. after a long process of registration.
A pirate party was first founded in Poland under the name (Polish: Partia Piratów) on 7 July 2006, and registered on 11 November 2007. Due to formal error, the party was de-registered in 2008. The party leaders opted to delay reregistration and focus on recruiting new members and establishing party structure. On 28 December 2009 it was removed from the register of political parties and ceased its activities outside the Internet.
In January 2013, the party was reregistered. Its first General Assembly took place on 18 May 2013.
- "Protokół z Walnego Zgromadzenia członków Polskiej Partii Piratów z dn. 14 lipca 2019 r." polskapartiapiratow.pl (in Polish). 14 July 2019. Retrieved 19 September 2019.
- (in Polish) 
- Pirate Times: PIRATE PARTY OF POLAND REGISTERED AS A POLITICAL PARTY
- (in Polish) Historia P
- Blog Polish Pirate Party
- Łukasiak, Zbigniew (2013-05-23). "The first General Assembly of the Polish Pirate Party". news article. Pirate Times. Archived from the original on 2013-05-23.
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