The head of the Polish foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said about the possibility to challenge the re-election of former Prime Minister Donald Tusk to head the European Council. The Minister said in the broadcast channel TVN24, reports Gazeta Wyborcza.
According to him, Warsaw is proof that Tusk was chosen “method, which can be challenged at the level of European law.”
“It was not a vote for Tusk. Asked favor no questions, one for and one abstained” — he explained.
March 9, Donald Tusk was re-elected as President of the European Council. His second term will begin in June and will last until November 2019. Against the election of Tusk voted only Poland, earlier nominated for the post another candidate, MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski.