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Opposition party's vote on ACTA 2 an example of hypocrisy - PM's aide

September 13th, 2018

The opposition Civic Platform (PO) is hypocritical when it comes to its stance on the European ACTA 2 internet copyright regulation, Michał Dworczyk, the head of the Prime Minister's office, said. A year ago, PO organised protests against the alleged Law and Justice (PiS) support for ACTA 2, but on Wednesday PO MPs voted in favour of a law imposing restrictions on internet users, he said. On Wednesday, the European Parliament supported a draft directive on copyright law pertaining to the internet, the so-called ACTA 2. Fully 438 MEPs voted in favour of the proposal, while 226 were against and 39 abstained. Dworczyk told a public TV station that he was not surprised by the so-called ACTA 2 matter when it comes to the attitude of PO MEPs. "This is yet more proof of how PO is cheating Poles," he said.


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