Polish President-elect Andrzej Duda slammed the country's ruling politicians in Warsaw, Thursday, for a scandal which has led to the resignation of three Polish ministers and the speaker of parliament, saying that "Poland needs fair politics and fair politicians." Duda, who is due to take office on 6 August expressed his disappointment at Poland's ruling politicians, stating that "this is not what should occur according to the standards of a democratic state, a state which wants to be in accordance with the law." Poland's health, treasury and sports ministers all resigned, Wednesday alongside the country's speaker of parliament in connection with a wiretapping scandal. The scandal originated when the four politicians were secretly taped during private meetings in a Warsaw restaurant during 2013 and 2014. The ministers could be heard making jokes comparing the country's relationship with the U.S. as like giving oral sex for nothing in return, while ordering expensive wine, and criticising colleagues and foreign leaders. An investigation was subsequently launched. The scandal came to the fore again recently when investigators' confidential files of the bugging were leaked into social media.
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