Ewa Kopacz and Bronisław Komorowski are fighting a silent war against each other. It will explode after the elections, when the President will remind the PM about his drat in tax regulation, which is being blocked by PO.
It would seem that the presidential draft is enveloped in silence. But behind the curtains of the political theatre tension is growing. The biggest employers’ organizations – Employers of Poland, Lewiatan and the Association of Entrepreneurs and Employers – are irritated the most.
Someone close to President Komorowski assures that he is determined to see his draft passed. – After the election he will go all in – my interlocutor says. Why would he? If he wins, and it is hard to imagine that he would not, the fight for influence in PO will start. Komorowski has nothing to lose. It will be his second and final term. – He could make history as a president who tidied up a few things – says Andrzej Malinowski, President of Employers of Poland.