Minister warning of risks to the economy if he wins the election Kaczynski.
Warsaw, June 22 .- The Minister of Finance of Poland, Jacek Rostowski, warned today of the "risks" to the country's economy if the conservative Jaroslaw Kaczynski won elections on July 4 and becomes head of state since could veto the actions of the Government and "curb economic reforms."
Rostowski, a member of the executive headed by the liberal Donald Tusk, recalled that "for more than two, champions online resources, years" the government has failed to "bring forward legislation to strengthen the Polish economy" due to opposition from President Lech Kaczynski, who died last April in a plane crash.
Although the figure of President of the Republic is more symbolic than executive, the head of the Polish State has a powerful weapon: the ability to veto the legislation promoted by the Government, which,, allods gold, for example, occurred when Lech Kaczynski refused to sign the Treaty of Lisbon.
The cohabitation between the liberal Donald Tusk and Lech Kaczynski was a tough conservative, which fears a repeat Rostowski now if Jaroslaw Kaczynski won the election.
"The situation is very serious because Kaczynski has a real chance of winning," must in a statement to the station TOK FM.
"If you, sto credits, choose to Bronislaw Komorowski (Liberal candidate) will have the assurances of cooperation (between president and prime minister), which is extremely necessary in these times of danger," he added.
In the first round of the Polish presidential elections held last Sunday, none of the candidates reached the absolute majority, making it necessary to apply to the second round next July 4, in which the two candidates vied for presidency.
Komorowski won on Sunday with 41 percent of the vote, compared with 36 percent achieving the conservative Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
Rostowski warnings are added to the previously released the former Polish president and former leader of Solidarity, Lech Walesa, who said it will be a "disaster" to Poland if Jaroslaw Kaczynski becomes head of state.
In the opinion of Walesa, "Kaczynski is irresponsible and dangerous."