Poland: Tusk believes Warsaw pyramid scheme hearing is politically motivated

President of the European Council Donald Tusk faced questioning, in Warsaw on Monday, by a Polish parliamentary commission investigating a pyramid scheme that collapsed during his tenure as prime minister. The Amber Gold pyramid scheme saw thousands of Poles cheated out of their savings from 2009 to 2012, while Tusk was in office, with over 19,000 investors reportedly losing collectively around... Еще 850 million PLN (€200 $228 million). Tusk claimed that the investigations have been biased from the outset by Poland's governing Law and Justice party, who he alleges started from a belief that he «was responsible for these matters», and have now been reduced to the «soft insinuation» that he didn't have «complete control over the state.» He also touched on the issue of a Polish exit from the European Union and warned that Poland should be cautious of the example of Brexit saying that in Europe «the desire to keep Poland in the EU at all costs will be perhaps a little weaker than in the case of Great Britain.»

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