Polish government spokesperson: Tusk should be tried over Smolensk air crash

A Polish government spokeswoman Elzbieta Witek has said that Poland’s former prime minister and current president of the European Council Donald Tusk should be tried for the way the 2010 Smolensk air crash, in which President Lech Kaczynski died, was handled.

Witek said that Poland’s State Tribunal [the court that handles cases against highest state officials] would be “a good thing” for Tusk.

She later said that this was her private opinion and that the government has no plan to seek a prosecution against Tusk.

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