Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Beata Kempa, MP, about decency and tears in politics, sweeping matters under the rug and lobbing in the Parliament as well as that it is better to have a house in a small town than to have a big apartment in Warsaw.
The government of Donald Tusk has led to the avalanche-like debt of the state. Wanting to find some solution it attempts to liquidate or considerably limit the instruments supporting families. But the unfavourably demographical phenomena are increasing. »
On 28 September 2010 Mr Jerzy Polaczek, MP, directed an interpellation concerning the stand of the government in case of the infringement of the convention on international civil aviation to Prime Minister Donald Tusk through the Speaker Grzegorz Schetyna. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Prof. Wojciech Materski about difficult matters, historical politics and distortion of history as well as the Russian myths and TV serials.
After the presidential elections the Civic Platform gained full power in Poland. It means that the party carries full responsibility. But most media focus on criticising the opposition. »
Fr Jozef Krukowski
In his interview for ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’ Bronislaw Komorowski, President of the Republic of Poland, informed about his intention to remove the cross from the square in front of the Presidential Palace. »
If we accept the proposals of Labour Minister Jolanta Fedak (the Polish Peasant Party) the deficit of the state budget can have ca. 22 billion zloty decrease per year, i.e. over four times more that the VAT increase proposed by the government. »