Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki asked Donald Tusk via social media “where is our money from your privatization”. The leader of the Civic Platform did not remain indebted to him and replied that “as a former bank president who is eagerly involved in those privatizations, he should look for them in his private accounts”.
Our predecessors sold Polish assets for PLN 58 billion. “We Poles have the right to ask what happened to this money,” the prime minister said on Saturday Mateusz Morawiecki in the broadcast on Facebook.
Earlier, he also posted on Twitter asking what happened to the money. “But pain in the ranks of PO and the media supporting it! So I’ll ask again: where is our money from your privatization? What programs for people have you launched for PLN 57.8 billion?” – wrote the Prime Minister.
The leader of the Civic Platform reacted to his entry Donald Tusk. “As a former bank president who is eagerly involved in those privatizations, look for them in your private accounts,” Tusk wrote back to Morawiecki.
More referendum questions
On Friday Law and Justice started the action of presenting further referendum questions. The first question – as announced by the PiS president Jaroslaw Kaczynski – will read: “Do you support the sale of state-owned enterprises?”
Another referendum question was announced on Saturday by Beata Szydło and will be: Are you in favor of increasing the retirement age, which is 60 for women and 65 for men today?
The retirement age from October 1, 2017 is 60 for women and 65 for men. The regulations restoring the retirement age, which was in force before the reform of the PO-PSL government, which raised it to 67, were passed in 2016.
On Saturday evening, TVP News reported that Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki would announce the content of the third referendum question on Sunday in Pomerania.
PiS spokesman Rafał Bochenek told PAP that “the referendum resolution will be submitted to the Sejm and will include four questions that will be systematically presented in the coming days.”
The Sejm will deal with the referendum proposal
On August 16 and 17, a two-day session of the Sejm will take place; according to the schedule, it will consideration of a motion to order a nationwide referendum.
In June, Deputy Prime Minister Kaczyński stated that the issue of relocation of migrants in the EU must be submitted to a referendum. Intention to hold a referendum together with those falling in the autumn elections confirmed by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. President Andrzej Duda ordered elections for October 15.
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