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Warsaw may not back Tusk for new term as EU president: report

The head of Poland's governing rightwing Law and Justice party (PiS) said in an interview Tuesday the government may not back his sworn enemy Donald Tusk for a potential new term as EU president. The men had long been political foes, but PiS boss Jaroslaw Kaczynski also blames the former Polish government headed by Tusk for the plane crash that killed his twin brother in 2010.
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