/ Why so many bad candidates for Poland Prime Minister?
What do you think, succesful person will join PiS because they are nati-commie, and will accept bureaucracy, social economy, centralisation ... what is more, in their fight against commies they are uneficient ...
And Kaczysnki learned you his way of thinking, just because I m not going to vote on him you think I m form commie family. When I see it I know he is psychopate.
I am a highly sucessful person that is willing to forgo my support for a liberal economic programme because I will never except PO' support for former communists.
I understand you are disappointed with PiS's progress in the area. I do, however, understand the reasons for this slow progress.
I see you dont have arguments, so you atack France. Typical PiS
Prime Minister Francois Fillon warned Friday that the French state was nearing bankruptcy because of the many assistance programmes that it finances.
Fillon, speaking before a group of farmers in the French Mediterranean island of Corsica, said "this can't go on" and pledged to cut back state spending.
"I am at the helm of a state that is nearing bankruptcy. I am at the helm of a state that has been running a deficit for the past 15 years. I am at the helm of a state that has not adopted a balanced budget in 25 years," said Fillon.
President Nicolas Sarkozy this week unveiled plans to overhaul pensions for some public employees and to streamline the civil service, the boldest moves yet in his reform agenda since taking office four months ago.
Fillon reiterated that France must have a balanced budget by 2012.
"Otherwise we will not be able to build something solid, either in Corsica or in any other part of the country," said Fillon.
The prime minister was due to meet a group of Corsican nationalists later in the day to follow up on a promise by Sarkozy during a visit to the island to offer development aid in exchange for stability.