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    Tusk Knew About Soldier Arrests but Remained Silent: Morawiecki Exposes the Truth

    A growing scandal surrounding the Polish-Belarusian border and the soldiers guarding it is making headlines, particularly in opposition circles. Former Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki labeled the situation “a disgrace for the Polish government,” referring to the recent arrest of Polish soldiers.

    Arrests and Public Outrage

    Soldiers responsible for border security face charges of endangering human life and exceeding their authority, shocking the public. They have also been suspended from duty. The Minister of National Defense, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, reacted on social media, defending the soldiers’ actions and promising a thorough investigation by the Military Police.

    Political Implications and Criticism

    Kosiniak-Kamysz’s response drew widespread criticism. Questions arose about the Ministry of National Defense’s awareness of the situation, suggesting either ignorance or a cover-up. Tusk has yet to address the incident revealed by Onet, which allegedly occurred between March and April.

    Morawiecki’s Accusations and Call for Resignation

    Speaking on Radio Zet, Morawiecki pointed to the coincidence of the incident with local elections, suggesting a deliberate cover-up to avoid electoral repercussions. He called for Tusk’s resignation, accusing him of hiding the truth for political gain.

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