After his term as the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk may be tried by the State Tribunal, the minister at the Prime Minister’s Chancellery, Adam Lipiński, told Super Express daily.
“Tusk has a guilty conscience in relation to many matters, including giving away the Smoleńsk air crash investigation to the Russians, negligence in explaining the air crash and failing to bring back the plane wreckage,” Lipiński said.
The same opinion was expressed by PiS’ spokeswoman, Elżbieta Witek, in an interview with private broadcaster TVN24.
Donald Tusk’s term as the EUCO president ends in 2017, however, he may be re-elected for another two and a half year term.
Poland’s State Tribunal is empowered to rule for the removal of individuals from public office, to impose injunctions on individuals against their appointment to senior offices, to revoke an individual’s right to vote and to stand for election, to withdraw previously awarded medals, distinctions and titles of honor, and in criminal cases to impose penalties stipulated in the criminal code.