Agreement or general statement? Bosak shows what is missing

This is a general program statement, not a coalition agreement, says Krzysztof Bosak. – For example, there is no reference to the EU’s appalling demands against Poland – he adds.

The leaders of the Civic Coalition, Third Way and New Left officially signed the coalition agreement on Friday. The full text of the agreement has been published on the websites of the parties that form the coalition. The ceremony took place in the Senate. The meeting was attended by: Donald Tusk, Szymon Hołownia, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, Włodzimierz Czarzasty and Robert Biedroń.

Coalition agreement or program statement?

In an interview with Beata Lubecka on Radio Zet, one of the leaders of the Confederation, Krzysztof Bosak, was asked to comment on the issue.

– In my opinion, this is not a coalition agreement. This is a kind of general program statement mixed with various personnel regulations. First of all, we need to know from the coalition agreement who will take on which ministry. This is the most fundamental issue in forming a government, it does not follow from it, said Krzysztof Bosak

The Confederation MP said that it is not known at this time what the composition of the Presidium of the Sejm will be. – However, the government, strategic companies and services are much more important. We learn virtually nothing about these strategic topics from this agreement. Only generalities – said Bosak. – For example, there are not a hundred details about the platform – he added.

Bosak: No references to the terrible EU requirements

– I even understand them. Even within their groups, such as KO or Trzecia Droga, there are such program differences that two or three weeks may not be enough to reach an agreement. But why they presented such an intermediate product is a good question for them – said the Confederation parliamentarian.

Bosak pointed out that the coalition agreement contains virtually no points regarding the European Union. – There is no reference to the terrible demands that the EU is making to us – banning combustion cars or modernizing all buildings – said the chairman of the National Movement.

Three parts of the document

The agreement between KO, TD and NL consists of 13 pages and is divided into three parts: program arrangements, settlement of the PiS government and principles of coalition operation.

The document mentions three names: Szymon Hołownia, Włodzimierz Czarzasty, who will become rotating marshals of the Sejm, and Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska, marshal of the Senate.

The coalition agreement does not contain any information about the division of responsibility among individual ministries or the personal data of future heads of ministers. However, it contains a provision that the coalition’s candidate for Prime Minister is Donald Tusk, and the candidates for Deputy Prime Ministers are Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz and Krzysztof Gawkowski.

Source: Do Rzeczy