Poland's opposition accuses the government of allowing large numbers of migrants, corruption
Polands main opposition leader accused the conservative government on Thursday of hypocrisy for allegedly admitting large numbers of foreign workers despite its anti-migrant rhetoric and a new border wall.
Donald Tusk, a former prime minister and former top European Union official, said the government's actions were in stark contrast with its official policy declarations.
Tusk, leader of the opposition Civic Coalition, and Polish media allege that the government admitted about 130,000 Muslim migrants last year despite its anti-migrant statements, aimed chiefly at non-Christians. They say the government is working to relax restrictions and allege that corruption and pressure from international work agencies are involved.