Mateusz Morawiecki wished Poles a happy holiday. – This is a time when people come closer to each other – said the former prime minister.
“Christmas is a time when differences disappear, people come closer to each other – and this gives us a sense of community! Let us remember that there are matters bigger than us and more important than current disputes. It’s family and love. This is our common, safe Poland… so let’s be together! Happy Christmas!” – reads Mateusz Morawiecki’s entry on Facebook.
A short video is attached to the entry. The former prime minister says to Poles: “Christmas is a reminder that kindness is the greatest value we can offer to others every day. It’s a time of hope. A time that reminds us all of the universal truth that good always defeats evil, that there are issues that are more important than current disputes, that there are issues that pass from generation to generation in search of good paths and a better tomorrow,” says the former prime minister.
– On the occasion of the upcoming Christmas holidays, I would like to wish all of you peace, joy, kindness and smiles and a wonderful time with your family. Let hope give us the strength to be better every day, he adds.
Wishes from the president of PiS
Jarosław Kaczyński also sent Christmas wishes. – I would like to wish all of you that you would be able to spend this Christmas time with your family, loved ones and friends. Let it be a time of reflection, but also a time of community, and where necessary – renewal of community. May this be a moment when we unite. We unite around the Christmas table, but we also unite as Poles, said the president of Law and Justice.
Tusk believes in Polish rebirth
Donald Tusk also recorded his Christmas wishes. “Hot months of political breakthrough are behind us. We experienced perhaps the most exciting election campaign in Poland’s recent history. The change that took place in the elections is a joy and a fulfillment of hopes,” the Prime Minister began at the beginning. Tusk asked, among others, to those “who did not want this change and for whom it causes anxiety.” He argued that he respected their views and concerns.
– I will convince you of my arguments, but above all, I will listen carefully to what you say. My basic task is to make each and every one of you – regardless of whether you are supporters of the government or its strong opponents – feel safe and at home in Poland, continued the head of government.
Tusk also appealed for building community. – Let’s start with the holidays. Let’s leave politics and disputes aside for these few beautiful days. Let’s see what unites us and think how important it is to be together. The Christmas tree, Christmas Eve dinner, wafer, conversations between close people are the best time to feel like a community again. I believe in the future of Poles as a great, united nation. I believe in Polish rebirth, concluded the Prime Minister.