PiS demands an urgent session of the Sejm. “Poles must know the truth”

PiS demands an urgent session of the Sejm.  "Poles must know the truth"

The Marshal of the Sejm received a request from the PiS club to convene an urgent meeting. The opposition demands a discussion on the migration pact and explanations from Donald Tusk. “Poles need to know the truth about the threats,” said Mariusz Błaszczak.

The application was submitted on behalf of the PiS club by its chairman, Mariusz Błaszczak. The politician published a scan of the letter on social media. As we read, the opposition demands that Prime Minister Donald Tusk present “comprehensive information on the assumptions for the implementation of the migration pact” and the circumstances in which the government “agreed to the migration pact.” “Poles have the right to reliable information on a key issue for the harmony, development and security of the EU and its member states,” we read further in the application.

In his entry, Błaszczak emphasized that the PiS club demands that “Donald Tusk explain who in the European Union forced Poland, among others, to accept illegal migrants and whether the main burdens resulting from the pact will actually fall on the countries of Eastern Europe.”

The EU has decided on the future of the migration pact

On Tuesday, May 14, the European Union adopted ten documents that constitute the so-called migration pact. This includes: for a regulation regarding the so-called voluntary solidarity mechanism. It assumes that solidarity will be obligatory, but relocation will be voluntary. In practice, this means that countries that do not want to accept migrants will be able to ask for exemption from relocation, for example citing their struggles with migration pressure. Poland would currently meet this condition.

– Our opinion on this matter is clear. We are consistently against the elements of the migration pact negotiated by the PiS government. In our opinion, it does not take into account the specificity of countries bordering, for example, Belarus, countries that are facing the growing pressure of the so-called hybrid war – explained Andrzej Domański, Minister of Finance at that time. The KO politician emphasized that “the provisions of the migration act do not adequately take into account the relationship between responsibility and solidarity.”

The migration pact was adopted despite the opposition of Poland and Hungary. Only these two countries voted against each of the 10 regulations included in the pact. The Czech Republic and Slovakia decided to refrain from voting on most of the documents, while Austria voted against the crisis regulation, which aims to make the EU better prepared to consider asylum applications in exceptional circumstances.

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