Kaczyński accuses Tusk government of being an administration of liquidators

Leader of the main opposition party (PiS) Jaroslaw Kaczynski speaks during a convention in Warsaw. (EPA-EFE/Pawel Supernak POLAND OUT)
By Grzegorz Adamczyk
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Conservative (PiS) leader Jarosław Kaczyński has called the present Donald Tusk government “liquidators” because of their skepticism towards ambitious public investment projects.

Kaczyński rallied his party troops at a local government election event in Warsaw at the weekend, urging his supporters to embrace a bold and positive approach to the nation’s development.

“Under our leadership, Poland forged ahead on a path of progress, with one clear goal – to enhance the lives of our people,” Kaczyński declared. He expressed dismay at the recent turn of events since December. According to him, the current government has been stuck in a cycle of denial. “Poland must become a ‘can-do’ nation that says ‘yes’ to investments, ‘yes’ to innovation in all its forms, and above all, ‘yes’ to development,” he insisted.

Kaczyński didn’t mince his words when criticizing the incumbent administration’s penchant for what he termed “liquidation.”

“This government could be likened to liquidators. It’s set on dismantling what was once the pride of Poland, to liquidate its achievements. But Poland deserves better,” he said.

“We all need to adopt a positive stance in favor of investments, fostering various forms of innovation, and most importantly, driving development forward. Yet, there’s a deafening silence on these crucial matters,” he said

He contrasted this with the record of the PiS government between 2015 and 2023. “On our watch, Poland was on a clear trajectory of progress, aimed at ensuring a better life for every citizen. But now, it feels like we’ve wandered into a dark alley with no visible exit.”

In an interview for the weekly “Sieci,” the PiS leader confirmed that he intends to lead his party beyond 2025. He said he was ready and willing to stand for another term in office as leader of his party, cutting short any speculation that the founder of PiS planned to retire. 

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