Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan referred to the current political situation in the country. – I hope that the opposition will govern the country efficiently and in concert – said the presenter.
Małgorzata Rozenek was asked which politician she would like to go to dinner with. – Definitely with Donald Tusk – she replied in an interview with the Pomponik.pl portal. The presenter also specified what topics would be discussed during the meeting.
– We have already had the pleasure of talking about in vitro and the situation in Poland in the area of infertility treatment. I would definitely like to talk about women’s issues, but mundane ones, because when I think about the state in this way, I focus more on real, domestic problems. On access to nurseries, on equal access to education, on making returns from maternity leave easier – mentioned Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan.
The presenter pointed out that Donald Tusk received a strong mandate thanks to the support of a large group of voters. – She is now a person who shows that she is not only able to change the reality around her, but also has the will to make the country more friendly to its citizens – she said.
Rozenek-Majdan about the president. “He will delay as much as possible.”
Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan, speaking about post-election scenarios, also referred to the statement made by the president after consultations with representatives of electoral committees. – I invited representatives selected by individual groups to hear a serious opinion on the actual situation in their groups. (…) Today we have two serious candidates for the position of prime minister, we have two political groups that claim to have a parliamentary majority – said the president.
Andrzej Duda specified that it was the United Right and the alliance of the Civic Coalition, Third Way and the Left, and the names of Mateusz Morawiecki and Donald Tusk appeared among the candidates for the position of head of the Polish government.
– As we know, after today, he will delay this decision as much as possible. I hope that the opposition will govern the country efficiently and in concert. And above all, I count on the adoption of the act on the return of in vitro financing from the state budget as soon as possible, concluded Małgorzata Rozenek-Majdan.