Poland’s ruling coalition moved to show unity around Prime Minister Donald Tusk as prosecutors made arrests in a scandal over leaked recordings of top officials that put the country at risk of early elections.
Poland’s ruling coalition moved to show unity around Prime Minister Donald Tusk as prosecutors made arrests in a scandal over leaked recordings of highest officials that put the country on the brink of early elections.
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk tried to draw a line under a scandal over leaked recordings of senior officials by defending his ministers as the president called on the cabinet to test its support with lawmakers.
The scandal rocking Poland’s government is set to deepen as Wprost magazine said it will publish more secret recordings of officials and the biggest opposition party called for Premier Donald Tusk to step down.
The uproar in Poland over leaked recordings of conversations among officials threatened to disrupt the government, with the prime minister and the president saying the scandal may lead to early elections.
Marek Belka , who has worked for the International Monetary Fund and United Nations, will probably be confirmed tomorrow as governor of Poland’s central bank after the parliamentary finance committee backed him and opposition lawmakers signaled their support.