Mateusz Morawiecki began his short speech during the Facebook live broadcast with a few words of explanation. The prime minister also mentioned the stakes of the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Shortly after President Andrzej Duda announced that the parliamentary elections in Poland would take place on October 15, Mateusz Morawiecki announced a new action. “Elections on October 15, that is in 68 days! We’re starting the countdown. A very intense time awaits us, so I invite you to the daily summaries LIVE. We see each other EVERY evening on Facebook!” – he wrote.
The first edition of this initiative was announced at 22:30. However, this plan has been revised. Dear friends, I’m still finishing my duties, see you soon during the live broadcast. Thank you for your patience,” Mateusz Morawiecki informed. Finally, the meeting with Internet users began after 23:20.
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“First of all, I apologize for the delay. In my job, unfortunately, not everything can be predicted. We talked about very important matters, also related to security, said the Prime Minister, without going into details. The politician assured that he would try to ensure that the next meetings start on time.
Further on, Mateusz Morawiecki mentioned the date of elections to the Sejm and the Senate that had already been set. The head of the Polish government emphasized what their stake is. “You have to ask yourself what these choices are. In my opinion, these are absolutely fundamental choices, choices between two different visions of Poland, pointed out the Prime Minister and described the mission of his political environment.
– (Vision – ed.) A Poland of solidarity, which not only draws on the legacy of Solidarity, but also acts in accordance with these great principles of social solidarity. This is the vision of our Poland. This is how we would like to continue despite the mistakes, mistakes for which we need to apologize, it is worth apologizing at the very beginning. Those who do nothing, do not make mistakes and do not stumble, but we also want to face the challenges of today with an open visor, said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. In this context, the Prime Minister recalled the introduction of the so-called aid shields that were supposed to help citizens cope with the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, e.g. after the lockdowns.