Law and Justice presented its election slogan. The party’s president Jarosław Kaczyński said that the theme “Safe future of Poles” is also about the economy.
President Jarosław Kaczyński, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Speaker of the Sejm Elżbieta Witek, Minister of National Defense Mariusz Błaszczak and former Prime Minister and MEP Beata Szydło presented the party’s election slogan. “Safe future of Poles” is also to refer to matters related to the economy.
PiS election slogan. It’s also about the economy
During the conference held on August 18, President Jarosław Kaczyński assured that the party’s election slogan also included a strong element related to the economy and financial security of Poles.
It’s also about social security. The point is that every Polish family should be secure in terms of their financial situation and future. It is largely a matter of work. We have done a lot to make this work. Let me remind you, for example, of large shields during COVID, or our methods of fighting inflation. They are aimed at preventing unemployment from rising – and that’s what we’re doing – and inflation is falling – Jarosław Kaczyński, president of Law and Justice, said.
It can be assumed that inflation, as a dangerous phenomenon, will soon disappear and the level of employment will continue, he added.
Poland’s GDP is falling. Kaczynski: The incident
President Jarosław Kaczyński also referred to the latest data from the Central Statistical Office in one sentence. On August 16, the Central Statistical Office reported that the Gross Domestic Product in the second quarter of 2023 fell by 3.7 percent. According to the PiS president, these figures are only temporary and will be much better at the end of the year.
– Apart from incidents, which please disregard, we have a chance of a 2% GDP growth this year – said Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
Government spokesman Piotr Müller commented similarly on Polsat News.
– I would like us to look at the cumulative GDP data for the entire time when PiS is in power. Economic growth for this year will be definitely positive. What can be seen in the data for the second quarter is a matter of statistical anomalies – said Piotr Müller.