Poland chooses to be quasi-Belarus or full-fledged EU partner: journalist on parliamentary election
Marek Sierant, a Polish expert and journalist, says that the parliamentary elections in Poland on October 15 will determine the direction of the country's development
He said this on Espreso TV.
"We have the rhetoric that now in Poland is one of the most important elections since the 90s. Because these elections determine the direction of Poland's development. We have to understand that the current Polish government has quarreled with Ukraine, the European Union, and even with allies from overseas. Some things don't come to the surface, but when the US ambassador speaks and tells the Polish politicians who run our society and country not to pass that law and not to do it before the elections. We are talking about a law that was supposed to be a cleansing of Russian influence," said the Polish expert.
According to him, all the politicians of the Law and Justice party did not even hide the fact that the law was aimed at Tusk and his opposition party to drag him into alleged cooperation with Russia, thus stopping him from participating in the parliamentary elections without a trial.
"Now is a historic moment in Poland, because we are directly choosing whether we will be a quasi-Belarus, i.e., we are supposed to be in the EU, but we will move away from European values. Or we will be in the European Union as a full-fledged partner that can be counted on," said Marek Sierant.