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Tusk spoke about Kaczynski’s plan for Poland to leave the EU


Polish opposition leader and former head of the European Council Donald Tusk said that Jaroslaw Kaczynski, chairman of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, has a plan for Poland to leave the European Union. Tusk spoke about this at a meeting with voters.

“I have every reason[…]not to assume, but to assert that one of the political plans, and this is already well prepared, of Kaczynski and PiS is Poland’s exit from the European Union,” Tusk said, clarifying that exit from the European Union will be for Poland “a hundred times worse” than for the UK.

Tusk also said that 80 percent of Poles are satisfied with EU membership. He emphasized that it is not necessary to hold a referendum for Poland to leave the EU – one vote in the Sejm will be enough.

Earlier, Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminski announced the temporary resumption of border controls on the border with Slovakia. Read more about this in material Public News Service.

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