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This is crazy and disrespectful to people – Bartosz Arłukowicz about Jarosław Kaczyński's speech

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I am shocked by Jarosław Kaczyński's speech – said Bartosz Arłukowicz on Sunday in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24. – This is such a departure and such a lack of respect for people that it really shocked me today – admitted the Civic Coalition politician.

President PIS Jarosław Kaczyński took part in the Law and Justice election convention on Sunday in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. His speech was commented on by the guests of “Fakty po Faktach”.

– Today I listened very carefully to President Jarosław Kaczyński. I am shocked by his speech, the scale of his sense of superiority and lack of respect for people, said Arłukowicz. As he added, the PiS president “talked about crazy people, he said that someone was forcing Poles to eat cutlets made of fishing worms.”

– This is such a departure and such a lack of respect for people that it really shocked me today – admitted the KO politician.

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He expressed the opinion that what he heard from Jarosław Kaczyński on Sunday was “absolutely crazy.” – My medical reflexes are activated, they really are – he added.

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Przydacz: the government in Poland changed and for unknown reasons the migration pact was accelerated

In his Sunday speech, Kaczyński talked about the migration pact. The PiS president estimated that Poland would now have to either pay money or accept tens of thousands of migrants. He explained that “we will have a situation in which we will have to keep an eye on these people so that they do not run away,” because otherwise Poland will be obliged to pay fines.

The finance ministers of the EU countries finally approved the migration pact on Tuesday. Three countries voted against: Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. The pact is intended to comprehensively regulate migration issues in the European Union, including assistance provided to countries under migration pressure.

– I checked the calendar of cases regarding the migration pact. For the last two years, until December, when the state took power, basically nothing happened with the migration pact, because the brake was applied to prevent this migration pact from entering into force. The government in Poland changed for unknown reasons and this pact was accelerated, he said Marcin Przydacz (PiS), turning to Arłukowicz. He added that “Prime Minister Tusk said that this pact would only bring benefits to Poland.” The program host noted that the Polish government in the EU Council voted against the pact.

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Marcin Przydacz about the migration pact

– Are you saying that Europe adopted the migration pact because of Tusk? Is this what you still want to tell people? – Arłukowicz reacted, turning to Przydacz.

The PiS politician stated that Tusk's government voted together with the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban. – It was during your government, and I think you were the deputy minister of foreign affairs, that you invited migrants to Poland, for bribes, as it turns out. And they came to Poland – recalled Arłukowicz, referring to the visa scandal. – Did you know what (Piotr) Wawrzyk was doing behind your desk? And what was done with Polish visas? – asked the KO politician.

– You said that there were 600,000 migrants there. It turned out that your prosecutor's office found 600 cases in which there were some problems – replied Przydacz, who served as deputy minister of foreign affairs in the previous government. – You lied that these were hundreds of thousands of migrants released. Ultimately, it turns out that your prosecutor's office can find 300 or 600 cases, he added.

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