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“Rzeczpospolita”: Union Munich


The discussion on brawls instigated by trade unions is very convenient for leaders – both unionists and politicians – writes President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowki in an article for “Rzeczpospolita”.


According to Malinowski, an election year is a good opportunity for the unions to show their strength and force politicians into bargaining. – What is at stake is the preservation of a strong and unchallenged position of trade union leaders, maintaining an unwritten pact according to which the boards of state-owned companies and decision makers do not investigate union leaders' actions – assesses the President of Employers of Poland.


He also points out that the self-assurance of union leaders who are destroying the country did not come from nowhere. According to him politicians from all over the political scene approach spoilt union leaders like a modern-day Neville Chamberlaine would. – They delude themselves and the public opinion that delaying the resolution of important issues and appeasing unions with further concessions will cause problems to solve themselves of their own accord – he writes. – They are facing not slow simpletons, but rather crafty and savvy specialists in protecting their interests he adds.


In the opinion of the President of Employers of Poland, the consequences of this union-instigated unrest will be felt both by the economy as a whole and the energy industry. – Protests aimed at sopping necessary reforms erupt at a time when introducing such reforms is almost a question of life and death. We need to fulfill obligations outlined in the EU climate package. We need to put an end to a monopoly in energetics once and for all – this is what Brussels demands – emphasizes Malinowski.


Coming back to miners' strikes: the Chairman of JSW has already won the dispute. Jarosław Zagórowski has  become a symbol of an unyielding stance towards union vandals. Nothing can change that – concludes the President of Employers of Poland.