Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki criticized Brussels for a corruption scandal and said that the European Union has no right to “instruct” other countries what to do while such a “farce” is going on there.
Morawiecki stressed that Brussels should first “clean up its own backyard.”
“Those who are trying to teach other countries, including Poland, about what the rule of law is, should beat their chests and tidy up their own yard,” the prime minister was quoted as saying. Interia. – The European Parliament is not law-abiding. Today, the masks have been torn off, and the body must first of all put itself in order.”
According to the prime minister, in addition, EU representatives incorrectly commented on the detention of officials in Brussels, who are accused of corruption, which indicates that a “huge farce” is going on in the department.