There are many cases
Interesting. Please list them.
but the one I remember most vividly was his veto on public sector pension reform.
Hmm... He didn't agree with that law, so he legally did veto it. What's so strange in that ?
Another 17 bills were vetoed - not normal behaviour for a President.
Please explain why was that not normal behaviour for a President ? Thank you.
What made it even more interesting was that he had only vetoed one bill during the previous Government - and a clear sign that he was using the office maliciously.
Why was that a clear sign that he was using the office maliciously ? Please explain.
and this is without mentioning his abuse of the Constitutional Tribunal
How did he abuse the Tribunal ? Please explain.
Let's not forget the fact that he was very, very pro CAP -which is nonsense for someone who claimed to be against the EU.
When did he claim to be against EU ? Please explain. Thank you.