Law and Justice published a new election spot targeting the PO-PSL government. – During their rule, unemployment was 14.4 percent. and you worked for PLN 5 per hour – said the narrator in the material “Tusk means poverty”.
On Sunday, October 8, Law and Justice released a new election spot on social media. In the material “Tusk means poverty”, the party warned voters against the opposition, citing situations that occurred during the rule of the Civic Platform and the Polish People’s Party.
New PiS spot. “Tusk means poverty”
– The difference is simple. During their rule, unemployment was 14.4 percent. and you worked for PLN 5 per hour – the lecturer accused the coalition. – We are quickly chasing the European average – he argued. “The PO-PSL government means 14.4% unemployment, junk contracts, hungry children and work for PLN 5 per hour. #TuskZnaczyBieda” – the material was described on the website X, formerly Twitter.
“Donald Tusk’s government is clearly associated with high unemployment, because at the peak, over 2.3 million people were unemployed, and those who had a job often worked for a few zlotys per hour,” explained the Minister of Climate and Environment, Anna Moskwa. “They boasted about a green island, but they created unemployment and poverty for ordinary people,” she added in a post on X, formerly Twitter.
Lawsuit for lying about unemployment
The film “Tusk means poverty” is another material in which PiS refers to high unemployment before 2015. In one of the spots, voters could hear, among others: a man who stated that he lost his job during Donald Tusk’s government, and unemployment then reached 15%. Due to this statement, PO launched the first lawsuit in this campaign electoral process.
After analyzing the allegations, the court ordered to stop disseminating false information contained in the spot. – Unemployment during the PO government exceeded 14%. only for three months. During the remaining period of many months that make up 7 years, unemployment was significantly lower – the judge justified his verdict.
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