Poland’s new globalist government led by Donald Tusk has provoked a constitutional crisis in the country by arresting opposition politicians. On Tuesday, Tusk ordered Polish police to arrest two senior members of the opposition Law and Justice Party, former Interior Minister Mariusz Kamiński and his former deputy Maciej Wąsik. The two had been convicted on corruption charges by a Polish court, but had previously received presidential pardons.
Kamiński and Wąsik insist they are innocent, but a Polish court issued orders for police to arrest them and deliver them to prison on Monday.
Polish President Andrzej Duda had welcomed the two former government officials into the presidential palace as Police police under orders from the Tusk Government went to their homes to arrest them. On Tuesday, Duda appointed two officials as presidential advisers. The Polish media then reported that the two men were arrested inside the palace.
To heighten tensions even further, Tusk accused President Andrzej Duda of obstructing justice by giving the wanted men refuge in the presidential palace. At a news conference, the globalist prime minister pointed to a section of the penal code that he alleged Duda had violated, implying that the Polish President could receive a prison term from three months to five years.
The latest standoff between the current and former governments has escalated already mounting tensions. The Tusk government has already moved to seize control of Polish state media in a blatant effort to turn it into a mouthpiece of the new globalist regime in Warsaw.