Piotr Duda’s letter to the former President of Poland, Lech Wałęsa, is a manifestation of cynicism, ignorance and a game difficult to understand (...). Mr. Duda has no right to take action to lower the prestige of Poland in the international arena.
Mitt Romney’s visit to Poland has become a pretext for Mr. Duda to attack Lech Wałęsa, the President of the Republic of Poland, Bronisław Komorowski and the Prime Minister, Donald Tusk. But he did not also spare the likely future president of the United States. (...).
Everyone knows that the American unionists – to whom Mr. Romney rightly points out in the election campaign that „their demands contribute to the loss of jobs" - protest against any U.S. foreign investment, including also protests against American businesses locating in Poland. So I understand that Mr. Duda prefers American unionists to have a job and not the Polish ones. In this case, however, the following question arises: which trade unions is Mr.Duda the leader of? The Polish or the American ones? (...). As the Vice-President of the Tripartite Commission for Socio -Economic and at the same time a social dialogue partner, I would like to know whether the Chairman Duda prefers the union interests to the good of our country? (...)