- The ministerial and prime ministerial negotiations a few weeks ago negotiated with nationalists for a joint independent year – without success
- That is why the energy struggle resigned from participating in the anniversary of March. The views of Duda and Morawiecki fundamentally changed after the president of the capital, Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, banned the march of independence in March
- Nationalists and so – despite the prohibition of the president – come to the capital, and if they had nothing to go, the centenary of independence would end with the fighting
- However, it is difficult for a festive, proud march to be seen as a march organized by a young man with short, unsophisticated hairstyles, which the state took in a one-off agreement
At the end of October, the President gave his own version of a speech in the style of "I Have a Dream" by Martin Luther King. "I want us to go together in Independence March, and it's a matter of responsibility for society. Let's stand next to each other and show people that you can be together." You can not bite "- he said in" Rzeczpospolita ".
The Prime Minister also had a dream: "It is very important for me to implement a common march of independence, and I appeal to everyone again – both against our opposition, our dear political competitors, and to the organizers of independent marches from recent years to join forces . "
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When racial politicians say something so publicly, it means that they have at least negotiated with all parties and have a good chance of success. Nothing like it – it appeared that Duda and Morawiecki said first and then they began to act.
It ended with a bad comment. President of the national celebrity Wojciech Kolarski and Prime Minister Jarosław Sellin, the national celebrity, could not convince the dark-dressed youth with short, unclear hairstyles, to share their independence march with others, even if it was only with power camps.
Therefore, the President of President Błażej Spychalski announced a few days ago that the president should not march. The official excuse – because the former presidents did not want to. In turn, Kolarski allowed the calendar nature's attention: – Focusing only on November 11 should not take place.
The most honest was the prime minister who acknowledged: – The environment that organized this march unfortunately refused to allow only white and red flags to dance on it, so there were no banners. In connection with this setting, we resigned from participating in this manifestation.
A walk for nationalists
The views of Duda and Morawiecki fundamentally changed after the president of the capital, Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, banned the independence march. However, Duda and Morawiecki decided to make the state march on November 11th – the decision was made even faster than on the day of the day later. Of course it is not so. Power mode decided to develop a dark-skinned youth with short, unclear hairstyles. Nationalists and so – despite the prohibition of the President – come to the capital, and if they had no one to go, the beautiful centennial celebration could end up with battles. Duda from Morawiecki also took the state march in line with the independence march.
High risk for president and prime minister
Of course, the decision of Gronkiewicz-Waltz is incomprehensible. On Monday, the president threatened the organizers of the independence march that if it was abundant, he would solve the march – in practice he would finish it. Two days later, she announced that there was no March at all. It can be seen that this is not a well thought out and sufficiently prepared position.
It does not change the fact that the decision of the PiS leaders to take the independence march under their own wings – because Duda Morawiecki's decision comes down to it – is a big risk.
First and foremost, the president and prime minister takes full responsibility for the march's passage, for wreckage and xenophobic slogans that sometimes appear on it.
Secondly, this is another proof of the vanity of the official celebration of the 100th anniversary of independence. It's hard to consider a march organized by a young man with short, unclear hairstyles, which the state took out a one-time deal for a festive, united and proud march.