The Polish government accuses Tusk of being pro-European demonstrators with a possible Polexit. to have “deceived”

The Polish government has accused opposition leader Donald Tusk of trying to “deceive” citizens by raising the possibility of the country leaving the European Union, a day after thousands of people took to the streets to protest Claiming membership in the community bloc Controversial judgment of the Constitutional Court.

Executive spokesman Piotr Muller has denied in statements to TVP1 that it is already known as Polexit, equating Tusk, former President of the European Council, with former British Prime Minister David Cameron, who led the way into the UK Politics of the later Brexit.

The Polish government accuses Tusk of being pro-European demonstrators with a possible Polexit.  to have “deceived”
The Polish government accuses Tusk of being pro-European demonstrators with a possible Polexit. to have “deceived”

In this sense, Tusk represents political interests by stimulating the debate and ensuring that judgments similar to those in the Polish constitution were passed in other EU countries, according to the PAP news agency.

The Polish Constitutional Court ruled last week that the EU treaties are incompatible with the Polish Magna Carta, which “de facto” implies a primacy of national law over Community law and thus contradicts the bloc’s basic principles.

Tusk, the main face of the opposition to the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), told protesters in Warsaw on Sunday that “Poland’s place in Europe is”.

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