TV presenter Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan has been politically active for some time. This time she expressed her opinion on the referendum on October 15.
Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan has been politically involved for some time. There was even speculation that he would be on the KO lists for the Sejm. The TVN star and vice-chairman of the YES for In Vitro Citizens’ Committee took part in a debate in the Sejm in June, where she talked about her experiences. Rozenek-Majdan has three children who were born thanks to the in vitro method and is an advocate of reimbursement of this method.
On the occasion of the start of the new school year and the purchase of school supplies, Plejada asked whether she had noticed an increase in prices.
– It is noticeable in many respects that prices have skyrocketed and this is a problem not only for us – citizens, but also for us – entrepreneurs. These prices affect us on both sides, because on the one hand, we, the buyers, really feel a very large increase, and on the other hand, because I run several companies, for example, rising energy prices have an impact on the price effect. We look at the economic data with concern, she said.
Rozenek-Majdan criticizes the referendum. “They overshot”
When asked about the October 15 elections, she said that “every vote is important.” – Turnout is very important. It is important that voting is not only the right, but also the duty of every citizen, she said. She called the referendum an “absurd idea.”
– Absurd questions, absurd idea of combining these two things and using them so openly in a political campaign. The lack of equality for several parties is very blatant here and I don’t think it’s something that will help those currently in power get what they wanted to get. I think they overshot it, said the presenter.
During the referendum, Poles will answer four questions prepared by PiS. The first one is: “do you support the sale of state assets to foreign entities, leading to the loss of control over strategic sectors of the economy?” The second is: “Do you support raising the retirement age, including restoring the retirement age increased to 67 for women and men?”
The third point asks “do you support the elimination of the barrier on the border between the Republic of Poland and the Republic of Belarus?”, and the fourth concerns migration policy and asks “do you support the admission of thousands of illegal immigrants from the Middle East and Africa, in accordance with the forced relocation mechanism imposed by European bureaucracy?