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Topics of Shame – Five opposition problems that opponents of good change do not like to talk about



For the opposition, they are more dangerous than the political mistakes of Grzegorz Schetyna and the election accidents of Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska. They show how the policy of the Civic Coalition and its partners really is, they reveal bad will, mediocrity and their arrogance towards the interests of the state and society. Topics of Shame – five problems of total opposition that opponents of good change do not like to speak publicly – writes Jakub Augustyn Maciejewski in the weekly "Sieci"

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The journalist lists all cases in which the opposition has failed. He states that whether hundreds of billions of zlotys from the Polish economy are at stake or that the mental health of children in schools, prosecution, parental appeal, reports by the Central Anti-Corruption Authority or simply the well-being of citizens are irrelevant – Opposition politicians answer all these questions: nothing has happened, nothing to talk about.

The first thing that representatives of the opposition should be ashamed of is the VAT mafias draining Poland. Fuel transport proved to be a major problem as it prevented customs officials from controlling. They are to remind the Poles to the "Cistern of shame PO-PSL" with the image of Grzegorz Schetyna and Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz. These two politicians do not seem to notice that during the reign of Donald Tusk and Ewa Kopacz, the public financial system was so leaky that Poland lost around PLN 200 billion in its eight years of power. The problem of irregularities was discussed loudly during the procedure of the Commission of Inquiry into VAT fraud. According to Marcin Horała, chairman of the Parliamentary VAT Commission, the activities of the PO-PSL government at the time were inadequate and fragmented.

The rulers allegedly fought the carousel and suggested reversing the VAT on steel bars or electronics. However, it was a question of hunting and not catching the rabbit, because when the restrictions on scrap were introduced, the criminals transferred their activities to bars, fuel or electronics

– admitted MP Horała. During the reign of Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz pre-war apartment buildings in the capital were salvaged by people long dead, and according to records, they were over 100 to 110 years old. In this way, dozens of property in the capital were handed over to the "ghosts" in violation of the law, and the Warsaw President responded only after the media had revealed the 2016 case . The issue was taken up by the prosecution, which concluded that there was a large corruption system among Warsaw officials . Deputy Robert Kropiwnicki of the PO does not want to combine the scandal with Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, the former deputy party leader.

The people of Warsaw decide on this matter, and they recently voted for a president of Platforma Obywatelska

– adds Kropiwnicki.

The Amber Gold scandal also occurred during the reign of Donald Tusk.

The government did nothing in this matter, although the Prime Minister himself knew of the financial pyramid

convinced PiS deputy Bartosz Kownacki.

Amber gold has to do with large quantities. Up to 18 thousand trusted the savings of the company to people, for a total amount of PLN 851 million. In its assessment, the Commission of Inquiry on Amber Gold has critically assessed the actions of state organs. The Committee of Inquiry considered that the creation and expansion of the Amber Gold Group was the result of a state weakness, a malfunction of the institutions protecting the rule of law and the rule of law, systemic loopholes, passivity and forbearance of the administrative apparatus and the lack of application of laws authorities. Despite all attempts, the journalist could not turn to MP Brejza to comment on this scandal.