Kaczyński wrote in his letter that PiS’ victory was necessary for Poland, because “we need to continue a process of change that is good both internally and externally.” maintain the current foreign policy directioncourses focused on strengthening our subjectivity and real help to Ukraine, which is heroically fighting against Russia’s savage aggression.
However – as Kaczyński continues in his letter – the PiS victory is also needed by the countries of the region, because “their reason is to increase the political role of the countries of our continent.” “Europe, in turn, needs a Poland ruled by the right so that it can effectively counter the dominant left liberal forces in European politics – hopefully for a while” – said the president of PiS.
“So the stakes in this election are huge, and in some ways even bigger. We have a great chance to win it and we can’t waste it. Poland cannot afford itKaczyński stressed, therefore, he appealed to PiS members and Podkarpacie supporters “for intensive political work every day”.
In turn, deputy marshal of the Sejm, chairman of the PiS caucus Richard Terlecki told the audience that “by spending large amounts of money on investment and development, transferring large amounts of money to local governments, because maybe all local government officials agree that never before have local government officials received so much money in the past year or several years, we are making efforts and we are not giving up despite this very difficult situation and the costs we have to pay to guarantee our freedom“.
“It seems that one of the most important issues, apart from armaments and security, is one problem incomprehensible and strange dispute with the European Union Terlecki said. As he added, addressing the audience, “look what happened in the EU, the biggest corruption scandal since the founding of the European Parliament, a scandal of unprecedented proportions”.
As he emphasized, “It is this unity that has the courage to teach us about democracy, about the rule of law.” – This union has the courage to say that there are rights being violated in Poland, in Poland, everywhere freedom of expression, conscience and the media are far greater than in many other European countries Terlecki said.
“Reader. Future teen idol. Falls down a lot. Amateur communicator. Incurable student.”