Morawiecki: Renovation complete, time for stability

Poland’s renovation is complete, and it is now time for stability, said Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki during the “Work for Poland” conference. He summarized Law and Justice’s (PiS) successes and outlined the party’s aims for the coming years.

The PM claimed his party’s main objective is to let Poles live at a European level. He said he sees a positive social energy throughout Poland and hopes that this will allow for further development of the country.

Morawiecki recounted that it is the versatility of PiS’ program that is its main strength. “Combating smog, electromobility and lowering taxes for small and medium sized companies is a wide offer for entrepreneurs. That is what we are focusing on," he said.

We want to decrease political tension, we don’t want these political fights to be reminiscent of tribal warfare. We don’t want people to be divided

“After the three years during which we have renovated our home, it is time for peace and stability,” said the PM and underlined that he wanted the country to steadily develop economically.

Morawiecki also claimed that his party is one of “political change” which understood the need for stability. “We want to decrease political tension, we don’t want these political fights to be reminiscent of tribal warfare. We don’t want people to be divided,” said the PM. 

“We invite the opposition to substantive cooperation, to discuss our programs. We’ve made mistakes, but who doesn’t make them won’t achieve anything. When we make them, we get up, fix them and go on,” Morawiecki emphasized.  

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