Donald Tusk stood up for the Polish opposition

Дональд Туск заступился за польских оппозиционеров

The President of the European Council Donald Tusk

President of the European Council and former Prime Minister of Poland Donald Tusk urged the government and opposition of Poland to respect the people, the provisions of the Constitution and morality amid the ongoing protests in Warsaw. He also stated that informational constraints turn democracy into a dictatorship.

It is reported by DW with reference to AFP.

It is reported that Tusk made a statement during a speech in Wroclaw yesterday, December 17.

The head of the European Council thanked the opposition demonstrators for months speakers “for European standards of democracy.” “If people block access to information or offer one-way event model, democracy is an equally unbearable, like a dictatorship,” – said Tusk, commenting on the plans of the Polish government to impose restrictions on parliamentary work of journalists.

Recall that the current Prime Minister of Poland Beata Szydlo accused the opposition of wanting to embroil the poles. In a televised address she said that the opposition has called for a “radical political emotions”, which have no relation to the real situation in Poland. The conviction Szydlo, so the opposition is trying to quench their frustration from the loss of power.

We will remind, in the night of Saturday, under the diet building has gathered more than 2 thousand protesters who blocked the exits from Parliament. However, the police pushed them, and the deputies of the ruling party were able to leave the diet.

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The head of the Ministry of internal Affairs (MIA) of Poland Mariusz Blashak considers the actions of the opposition in the Polish Sejm as an attempt of seizure of power.

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