Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has urged citizens to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming elections and referendum on October 15. He emphasized the significance of each individual’s voice in shaping the nation’s future, highlighting the threat posed by certain individuals seeking to regain power.
The Prime Minister underscored the referendum as an opportunity for people to express their opinions on four key areas: national assets, retirement age, borders, and migration policy. Morawiecki contrasted this approach with past instances, criticizing the lack of public consultation by the opposition party, Civic Platform, on matters such as pension funds and immigration.
Unity for Poland’s Future
Morawiecki emphasized that the nation’s future thrives on solidarity and collective action. He urged citizens to make informed choices and contribute to shaping the country’s destiny. The call to participate in the elections and referendum was reinforced as a means of ensuring that Poland’s interests are prioritized, while questioning the intentions of the opposition party.
The parliamentary elections on October 15 will determine 460 members of the lower house and 100 senators for a four-year term. Simultaneously, a referendum will take place, posing four questions for citizens to address.