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    Miller Lies and Insults President Duda: Outrage Erupts Online!

    Amidst the Polish political scene, President Andrzej Duda’s recent veto of the “morning-after pill” law has ignited heated debate. This decision, in line with earlier announcements, was justified on grounds of safety and health concerns, particularly for teenagers aged 15 and above. However, it has drawn sharp criticism, with former Prime Minister Leszek Miller branding Duda as not only unscrupulous but also a barbarian.

    Duda’s Moves and Tusk’s Provocation

    Before Easter, Duda vetoed the “morning-after pill” law, a move anticipated by him and his allies, citing issues of safety, especially for teenagers. Additionally, he signed a revision to the Oncological Network Law on March 18, subsequently sending a request to the Constitutional Tribunal on April 6. The Tribunal’s review focuses on procedural aspects of law enactment, particularly concerning the dismissal of parliamentary mandates for Mariusz Kamiński and Maciej Wąsik by Sejm Marshal Szymon Hołownia.

    Tusk’s Critique and Miller’s Follow-up

    Despite the electoral silence, Donald Tusk attacked Duda, drawing sharp rebukes. This move, coupled with Leszek Miller’s subsequent commentary, underscores ongoing tensions within the government. As Donald Tusk assumes leadership, his recent actions signal a potent, albeit contentious, political strategy.

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