Deputy Marshal Ryszard Terlecki assured that polexit "is a crib invented by PO and TVN24", although the day before he announced "drastic solutions" in relations with the EU unless it turned out to be acceptable to the Polish authorities. He cited the example of the British who resigned from membership of the Union because of dissatisfaction with the Brussels bureaucracy.
Politicians from the ruling camp assure that there will be no Polish exit from the EU, but on the same day (September 9), PiS MP Marek Suski compared the EU to the Nazi invader and announced a fight against the "Brussels invaders". The head of Polish diplomacy, Zbigniew Rau, does not hide his criticism of the EU, accusing the EU institutions of exceeding the competencies assigned to them in the treaties.
Meanwhile, the deputy of the Left, Krzysztof Gawkowski, said that the Left is submitting a request that the Minister of Foreign Affairs should present information on preparations for Poland's withdrawal from the EU at the next session of the Sejm.
"The claim that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is preparing legal acts concerning Poland's exit from the EU is untrue," Łukasz Jasina, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said.