it’s No secret that in recent years foreign policy was not interested in Polish men, and if they turn to the subject, it is only in order to use it as a tool of domestic policy. Ruling from 2015, the right-conservative party “law and justice” is not like her to engage in dialogue with its neighbors to which it has a historical scores. But the European Union is not “annoy” the leader of the Pis Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the fact that the two terms “warmed” at the head of the European Council of his chief political rival – former Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Brussels in General is perceived in Warsaw as “the lair of the enemy”, there is constantly receiving complaints, when the government is trying to subjugate the courts and the media. Surprising that, contrary to common sense and geographical logic, the current Polish government put everything on one card, which is overseas. The President of the United States Donald trump is not the reproaches of the Polish leaders for their undemocratic behavior, but rather friendly pats on the shoulder, calls our closest allies and promises to strengthen us military presence in the country. However, while it is limited only to promises. So last Wednesday, when wishing to be re-elected to the post of President Andrzej Duda flew to Washington the public was waiting for: what will bring three days before the elections the head of state from the White house? In a situation when Donald trump decided to transfer part of the American troops staying in Germany, in other countries there was speculation that before the election the Dude managed to enter this list Poland. But it turned out that it was only of the “paternal blessing” overseas colleagues and share photo for the campaign. Surprised even long-disillusioned opposition media.
it is Quite another thing Rafal Trzaskowski. While the players posed for a photo with the owner of the oval office, the candidate known for his liberal views, Pro-European “Civil coalition”, a former MEP Trzaskowski presented the poles of his election platform. Newspaper Dziennik so laid out his foreign policy priorities: “the return to Poland its place in the EU, the restoration of the dialogue with key European partners Germany and France, support the stability and prosperity in Ukraine and, finally, openness to talking about how to fix relations with Russia, “because two great people deserve more than to be in a constant clinch”.
Another thing is that in present-day Poland, in crisis, caused by a coronavirus, not foreign policy will be of primary importance to voters. And in this sense is unlikely the vote will reveal the leader. Experts and surveys the pubabout opinions portend an imminent second round of 12 July.