Mateusz Morawiecki warns from posters: Brussels is a threat

  • Mateusz Morawiecki gave an interview to a Hungarian newspaper affiliated with the ruling Fidesz party in Hungary.
  • In that interview, he criticized the current Polish government. He called Donald Tusk “an instrument to achieve the goals of the European People's Party”.
  • The former prime minister saw the EU as a threat to democracy. He said that Brussels exerts pressure on the political life of member states, including Poland
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Mateusz Morawiecki was in Hungary last week, where, among others, he spoke at the CPAC conference of right-wing circles in Budapest. He also spoke on: Strengthening Security and Climate Goals. He called Viktor Orban a “friend” and Budapest a “free speech city.” By comparison, he mentioned Brussels, where “it is impossible to organize a conservative conference in a suitable place.” The PiS politician also gave an interview to the conservative newspaper “Mandiner”. The former prime minister appeared on the cover of the magazine, whose ads were plastered in advertising columns in the Hungarian capital.

Jakub Karnowski, an economist and lecturer at the Warsaw School of Economics, posted a photo of one such poster on social media.

Mateusz Morawiecki: This is a serious threat to democracy and the whole European project

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In an interview with Morawiecki, he criticized, among others: Donald Tusk's government's policy on Ukraine. He emphasized that Poland was fulfilling the wishes of the West. “I don't think they are [działania rządu — red.] The result of a well-thought-out policy, or the result of the international situation and the expectations of foreign partners,” he said in an interview with “Mandiner”.

He commented on the fact that EU funds were blocked after Tusk and the Civic Platform came to power: “This is an expression of blatant hypocrisy and disgusting cynicism.” He opined that the victory of the Democratic Alliance in the October elections was largely due to external pressures.

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“The fact that EU institutions are willing to influence the outcome of democratic elections in a sovereign member state should raise concerns in all European capitals. Hungary, Italy and Sweden have also faced similar pressures. This is a serious threat to democracy and the whole of Europe. The commissioners tried to pull the wool over the eyes of the PiS government. , but in fact they cheated millions of Poles, “Mateusz Morawiecki said in an interview with “Mandiner”. In his opinion, Donald Tusk is constantly being “played” by EU politicians and has no control over the situation.

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