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Ex-president: Poland “thrown” from the European Union

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Former Polish President Lech Walesa said that his country “throw” of the European Union. He expressed hope that a decision will be made.

Axar.az informs, according to Walesa, the European Union has adopted measures in relation to the present Polish authorities, if they continue to violate democratic norms.

“I don’t like to play against Poland, but I have no choice. Should be so: if you joined the club, but does not meet the requirements, you throw. To deprive Poland of the right to vote in the EU a little. They should throw us,” – said the politician.

Valenzatico sharply criticized the ruling Polish party “law and justice”, and its leader, Jaroslav Kaczynski, whom he calls “irresponsible.” According to Walesa, Kaczynski violates the Constitution and the principle of separation of powers. Ex-President calls for holding early presidential and parliamentary elections. Earlier it was reported that the Polish ruling party and the President Duda can stand trial. They have one last chance to resign voluntarily.

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2016.12.20 / 20:58
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