Claim filed against Deputy Marshall of Polish Sejm due to xenophobic statements about Ukrainians

Source : 112 Ukraine

A politician claimed that the patients die due to the incompetence of the Ukrainian nurses who immigrate to Poland
14:23, 13 June 2018

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The claim was filed to the Polish Sejm MPs’ Ethics Commission against Deputy Marshall of Sejm Stanislaw Tyszka due to his statement about the incompetence of the Ukrainian doctors-immigrants and nurses as reported.

The agency was outraged by the statement of Tyszka that more patients die in the Polish hospitals due to the employment of the less qualified medical workers from Ukraine.

“The lack of the workers in the hospitals is filled by the workers from Ukraine who are very often less qualified. People die due to this,” Tyszka claimed.

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It is noted that Tyszka did not publish any evidence of his accusations of the nurses and doctors from Ukraine.

The statements of Marshal Tyszka contradicts the truth and consequently are the violation of the principle of good faith by which the MPs should be guided as it is stated in the Article 5 of Resolution of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland dated July 17, 1998. The groundless accusations of the Ukrainian medical personnel in causing death to the Polish citizens are hurting the dignity of Ukrainian citizens in Poland,” the message said.

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The agency demands to immediately deal with this statement in accordance with the Commissions’ regulation.

“Moreover speaker Tyszka seems to ignore the problem. He does not respond to our questions sent through the e-mail, Twitter and Facebook. Also, the office of Kukiz'15 in the parliament does not react. It seems that he is not going to apologize or refuse from his words,” the journalists added.

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According to the Polish Nurses and Midwives Council, only 82 nurses and 8 midwives from Ukraine worked in Poland at the beginning of 2018.

The Ukrainian Embassy to Poland demanded the apologies of Tyszka due to his statement.


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