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Tusk interrogated again
August 7, 2017   
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Donald Tusk
Former Polish PM and current president of the Council of European Union faced yet another interrogation at the Polish prosecutor's office on the 2010 presidential plane crash, major newspapers report.
Before Donald Tusk entered the office, the governing party Law and Justice (PiS)'s leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski made an appearance at TV Trwam, when he implied that Tusk allowed for negligence in the work of Polish prosecutors after the crash as he cared more about the relationship with Russia and his future career at the EU than clarifying the reasons behind the crash, Gazeta Wyborcza reports.
No one faced charges in this case so far, reminds Polska The Times. According to Tusk, the 8-hour interrogation was politically-motivated, Rzeczpospolita wrote.
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