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Piotr Glinski - PIS candidate for PM of Poland


hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,379    
  1 Oct 2012  #1
Well I will say one thing for PIS, and that is that he comes across a lot more impressive than Kaczynski, but that isn't saying much. However, if he thinks that you can plonk your backside on the ministerial chair, without having to do the hard work, in terms of pounding the the streets and pumping hands first, well that's simply not how democracy works.
Grzegorz_ 52 | 6,181    
1 Oct 2012  #2
I don't know this guy but what he said...

I believe that the bid that in Poland we play , is not only counter the economic downturn , but also the development of civilization and backwardness of the country and we can not afford , is no longer on it just time to failure of this kind of action - convinced the professor.

We need to improve public institutions where they are now helpless , where the government of Prime Minister Donald Tusk announced properly surrender and withdraw the state from those areas where it is unnecessary - the professor said.

Glinski also spoke , among others , that in Poland is growing unemployment, bankrupt company , European funds are spent largely ineffective , sociological studies show that increased stratification of sociological and Poles choose to emigrate .

- Yes, can not continue . We must not only deal with the crisis, but we really and definitely change Poland . We can not afford apathy and rickety attempts at reform , we need to move forward Poland , have the vision and courage ( ... ) bringing real change right away - said Glinski .

Also sharply criticized the governments of Donald Tusk , which - in his opinion - are a textbook example of bad governance , means only stagnation and goings . The current team - he argued - has also led to a huge debt , flees from the responsibility for the crisis.

is 100% spot on.
p3undone 8 | 1,148    
1 Oct 2012  #3
Gregorz,could you provide a translation please?
sobieski 107 | 2,131    
1 Oct 2012  #4
Since 70% of the Polish voters (including 110% of the expat vote?) think PIS & Co are bollocks, this is of course a charade.
I am surprised the duck did not present himself as Saviour of the Fatherland though ?
Harry    
1 Oct 2012  #5
I am surprised the duck did not present himself as Saviour of the Fatherland though ?

He knows that the PiS candidate has no chance at all.
strzyga 2 | 993    
1 Oct 2012  #6
100% spot on.

Talk is cheap.
They might as well present their candidate for the President of the US.
delphiandomine 85 | 16,868    
1 Oct 2012  #7
(including 110% of the expat vote?)

Not quite, there are some deluded people who think that PiS stand for good. Usually they're the ones who think that England has been ruined by immigration/etc.

Anyway, this guy has no chance of success. He's a nobody, no-one's ever heard of him before and he certainly is just a puppet for them to use and abuse like normal. I was expecting someone with...well, a bit more experience than a sociologist!
Grzegorz_ 52 | 6,181    
1 Oct 2012  #8
Gregorz,could you provide a translation please?

I don't have enough time, nor am I good enough at it but generally he said that:
* we can't afford losing more time, as we are not only fighting with the crisis but also decide how the future or Poland will look like, If we will be developing or stay a backward country, * we need to immediately improve public institutions in the sectors, where they are needed and remove them from the areas, where we don't need them, * unemployment is growing, many companies are going bankrupt, EU funds are ineffectively spent and Poles keep emigrating, * we need major changes, vision and courage to move Poland foreward, * current gov is a perfect example of bad governence, neglection and scandals, making huge debts and hiding away from the responsibility for current economic situation.

Talk is cheap.

Sure but this speech make more sense than bullshiting about "policy of love", "green island" or recent "awaking Poland".

They might as well present their candidate for the President of the US.

I was disappointed with the whole "march" but this guy makes sense, sure he has little change to become the PM but at least there is some pressure on Tusk, maybe he will finally start treating his job seriously.
p3undone 8 | 1,148    
1 Oct 2012  #9
Gregorz,thank you.


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