Of the Polish political parties and organizations in Vilnius (1919 - 1922 gg.) — страница 4

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reunification of Central Lithuania and Poland. In addition, many MPs and centrists argued for autonomy for the Central Lithuania, however, on the condition that she and the state of Lithuania with its capital in Kaunas will be in the area of direct influence of Warsaw. At the same time, it was more of a theoretical chance for autonomy. Thus, autonomists really could not take part in deciding the fate of Middle Lithuania. February 20, 1922 Vilensky Sejm decided on joining the Central Lithuania to Poland. At the same time was elected a delegation of 20 deputies, which in Warsaw at the ceremonial meeting of the Constituent Seimas 24 March 1922 signed an "act of connecting Vilna land and Poland." Polish Sejm on the same day passed a law on adoption of state authority in the

land by the Government of Vilna Poland. Delegation of the Vilna Sejm as a whole entered the Constituent Sejm of Poland [11]. Vilensky the Diet was dissolved March 28, 1922 All political forces of the former Central Lithuania is gradually merged into the Nationwide political parties and movements. Thus, the PNC "Revival" at its congress of March 4, 1922 has decided to join the movement of the structure of the TNG "Emancipation" (with the exception of Adam Mickiewicz). This decision also took into PTSIK, whose members moved into the Christian Democrats, the PAN Vilna land - in the TNG "Piast", PPP Lithuania and Belarus - in the PPP. An election campaign in 1922 in Vilnius province continued. On the agenda was the election of the Polish Parliament. The

greatest influence in the region had TNG "Emancipation". The movement began to form structure even during the election campaign for elections to the Seimas Vilensky. 24-25 June 1922 in Vilna, Congress passed the electoral bloc TNG "Emancipation" and "Rebirth", which brought together 420 delegates representing Novogrudok and Vilna province. The congress approved the merger of the TNG "Emancipation" and PNC "Revival". It was agreed in all districts to set their own candidates. Among the slogans that have used the movement in the campaign, a special place was given to land reform in the interests of local people, right of the Belarusian population to develop education and culture in their native language. In addition, the Congress

decided to organize on the basis of the Vilna Committee TNG "Liberation" Regional Committee of the TNG "liberation" of the Vilna and Novogrudok provinces [12]. Meetings with candidates were held throughout the region. Publication of election program block in the Belarusian language, as well as winning several court cases for local residents, Belarusians, with the help of the TNG "Liberation" and enhanced his popularity. This resulted in an increase in membership and contributions, respectively. During the reporting period, cash received about 1 million marks, which allowed regularly publish regional press and other campaign literature. Electoral Bloc determined the candidates for all electoral districts and the eastern provinces, according to its

leaders, expected to earn 5.6 seats, including two mandates in Sventyanskom, two - in Leeds, one or two - in Novogrudok paviet. In the district number 63 (city of Vilna and county) motion for nominations for deputy Kostyalkovskogo M., J. Adamovich, A. Yurkoytya. Literature 1. Rzeczypospolitej/Z.Tomczonek. – Bialystok, 1996. – S. 52 2. Архив новых актов (ААN). – TSK. – S. 372. Отчет отдела ОСК о деятельности за 1919 г. – k. 24 – 26. 3. Литовский центральный государственный архив (LCVA). – Ф. 63. – Оп. 1. – Д. 73. Материалы заседания Свентянского сеймика (1919 – 1923 гг.). – Л. 2 – 4 4. ААN. – TSK. – S. 372. Отчет

отдела ОСК о деятельности за 1919 г. – K. 24 – 25. 5. Tomczonek, Z. Ruch ludowy na kresach pόłnocno – wschodnich II Rzeczypospolitej/Z.Tomczonek. – Bialystok, 1996. – S. 63