Lech Walesa is alleged to have cooperated with the Polish secret police in the communist era. He rejects the claims and has called for an international investigation.
A new report based on handwriting analysis has suggested that Walesa worked for Poland's secret police in the 1970s. The former president and hero of the bloodless revolution has denied the allegations.
The EU president has testified as a witness at a probe into the 2010 jet crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others. Tusk might himself face charges, if his political enemies have their way.
Recently discovered documents appear to show that former Polish President Lech Walesa signed receipts showing he was a paid informant. Walesa has denied the accusations.
Polish prosecutors have said they will press charges against three Russian air controllers for deliberately causing the 2010 crash that killed Poland's president and 95 others. Russia has rejected the allegations.
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