Despite the growing number of coronavirus infections and COVID-19 deaths, the government has not decided to tighten sanitary restrictions. – The government has decided to wait out in the hope that those who are going to die will die – former Prime Minister and MEP Leszek Miller assessed in “Kropka nad i”. As he added, “the dead do not vote, and the government is interested in those who will vote in the future.”
The Ministry of Health announced on Thursday 28,128 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection. The ministry also said that 497 people suffering from COVID-19 have died. Despite the growing number of infections and deaths by COVID-19, the government has not decided to tighten sanitary restrictions.
Miller: The government decided to wait it out
The former Prime Minister, Member of the European Parliament, Leszek Miller, referred to the matter in Thursday’s “Kropka nad i”. – The government decided to wait it out in the hope that those who were going to die would die. It is known that the dead do not vote, and the government is interested in those who will vote in the future, he said.
When asked about the responsibility for the pandemic situation of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Miller assessed that he was “by far the greatest”. – Mr. Prime Minister has his boss, Mr. Deputy Prime Minister, but looking at constitutional responsibility, his responsibility is indisputable – he stressed.
– It has long been time to make radical decisions. If, in the next few days, the government decides not to go against the tide of some of the public opinion and apply various restrictions, we will have a very serious situation – he said.
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