What is Party Solidarity?
Once a decision is made by the PM and Cabinet every member of the party is expected to publically support that decision and vote accordingly
Punishment for breaking Party solidarity can be removal from comitties, lack of support for rival, removal from Party etc...
If the MP wants power or a Cabinet position, they follow Party Solidarity
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No. Solidarność (Solidarity) is a Right-Wing Party in Polish Politics (which makes it roughly equivalent to the American Democrats). It was formed by Trade Unionists to oppose the Communist Party of Poland before the Iron Curtain Fell in 1989. Since that point, it has moved to Center Right and lost a lot of its connections with the Trade Unions.
In a Parliamentary system, the Prime Minister appoints a cabinet, usually selecting from among parliamentary members of the PM's own party. Cabinet solidarity refers to the tradition that once decisions are reached in cabinet, they are supported by all members of the cabinet, regardless of their opinion before consensus. A breach (or breaking with) cabinet solidarity traditionally requires the offending cabinet member's resignation or firing.
It is an trade union movement in Poland, independent of the Polish government and of the Communit Party which began in the shipyards of Gdansk and was led by Lech Walesa. Solidarity played an important role in getting rid of communism in Poland and replacing it with a multiparty, democratic government. Since the breakup of the former Soviet Union, the movement's influence has declined.