Lex Tusk. The head of PO Donald Tusk on what he would say to the commission investigating Russian influence

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The head of the Civic Platform, Donald Tusk, during a meeting with the inhabitants of Ustroń, referred to the “lex Tusk” – an amendment to the act on the commission to investigate Russian influence. As he said, he accepted “a suggestion from the invaluable Jacek Fedorowicz” with great satisfaction. – He said that: listen, when the commission to investigate the influence of Russian agents will gather and ask Tusk, “Have you ever met or had any contacts with Russian influence agents?” today is the first time – said the head of the PO.

On Friday afternoon, the PO leader met with the inhabitants of Ustroń. During his speech, he referred to the issue of amending the law on the commission to examine the impacts Russia on the internal security of Poland in the years 2007-2022, called “lex Tusk”. President Andrzej Duda signed it on Wednesday.

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– Apparently, they voted once again and the president once again signed the so-called “lex Tusk”. A commission to investigate the influence of Russian agents on Polish politicians, said Tusk.

He added that “President Bronislaw Komorowski quite accurately pointed out that they should undoubtedly start with Antoni Macierewicz and they would gain enough knowledge. – I, in turn, accepted with great satisfaction and gratitude a recommendation or a suggestion from the invaluable Jacek Fedorowicz, who said: “Listen, when it will gather the commission for examining the influence of Russian agents and will ask Tusk “have you ever met or had any contacts with Russian agents of influence”, suggests that I answer, and I will probably do so: so far no, today is the first time – said the head of PO.

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