Leader of the Poland’s far-right Confederation party, Krzysztof Bosak, accused the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) of being a party ready to realize a Euro-federalist scenario
Speaking in a parliamentary debate on the EU summit, Confederation’s unsuccessful presidential candidate Krzysztof Bosak admitted that the sum negotiated by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was impressive.
But he said that Morawiekci concentrating purely on the financial aspect betrayed what Morawiecki wanted to avoid talking about.
According to Bosak, “the summit has led to a tightening of integration in the direction of federalization and mutual dependence of the member states”.
He accused the ruling party of being in league with liberals and the left.
“You are realizing a federal scenario which was always backed by the left and the liberals, a scenario of a centralized EU with new mechanisms such as ‘mutual drawing of debt’ that has for decades been blocked by the German Constitutional Court,” he said.
Bosak also accused Morawiecki of being the principal proponent of EU-wide taxes, saying, “This is a clear signal that PiS is a vehemently pro-EU party which wants an ever-closer union.”