– Lies reign supreme in Poland today. Over the last eight years, it has been constantly and unfortunately effectively lied that there is a dictatorship in Poland, said Jarosław Kaczyński.
Jarosław Kaczyński spoke during a rally in front of the seat of the Constitutional Tribunal in Warsaw. The PiS president emphasized the importance of the media, which – as he argued – needed to be regained. – (Telewizja – ed.) The Republic is great, but it cannot be one – he noted.
In his opinion, part of Polish society does not have access to “their own television”. The leader of the United Right said this in the context of ongoing changes in public media introduced by the ruling majority. – We need to regain media power so that there is democracy in Poland, and democracy is the basis for the fact that we are citizens, not subjects. This meeting is a meeting of free Poles, he emphasized.
Jarosław Kaczyński: It’s a lie, a lie and a lie again
– Lies reign supreme in Poland today. Over the last eight years, it has been constantly and unfortunately effectively lied that there is a dictatorship in Poland – said the PiS president, recalling a conversation with a young man in front of the TVP headquarters at pl. Warsaw insurgents. Referring to the protests, the man allegedly addressed Kaczyński with the following words: You see, this is how dictatorship ends.
– He believed we lived in a dictatorship. Thank you for being wise people and not allowing yourself to be told nonsense. To say that there was a dictatorship during our rule is like saying in the middle of a harsh winter that it is a beautiful summer. Some people are ready to accept such lies. This lie also applies to the Constitutional Tribunal, continued the president of Law and Justice.
He later responded to accusations that the Constitutional Tribunal was partisan. – It’s a lie, a lie and a lie again. (…) Don’t believe in any doubles. The Court is something that has accompanied the development of European democracy since the 1920s and must accompany the development of our democracy. We absolutely need it. We want to take advantage of this huge opportunity for Poles to succeed, argued Jarosław Kaczyński.