A chance for the end of the little spectacle

Posted by Marek Siwiec MEP on 29/03/12
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When you read today’s press releases you can have the impression that the matter concerns the unification of Korea, peace in the Middle East or Ossetia’s annexation to Georgia.

- The leaders met formally
- Negotiations have started
- There was a long crisis in the negotiations
- For the whole time secret negotiations lasted
- The leaders turned to their “management” for the power of attorney for further negotiations
- Today, the leaders are to occur at a joint press conference and announce the success achieved through a hard work

But the thing is that the matter does not concern the world issues mentioned at the beginning, only pensions in Poland. Those leaders have co-formed the government for five years. One of them is the Prime Minister, the other one – Deputy Prime Minister. So they can meet wherever they want, when they want as long as they want and their “managements” do not question their position. There is therefore a chance for the end of the little spectacle.

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Marek Siwiec, Polish Member of the European Parliament, writes about European Neighbourhood Policy, defence policy, Polish Presidency of the EU Council, Polish politics and other topics related to European and international affairs. more.



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