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    Poland’s Law and Justice Party Stays True to Election Promises

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    Former Prime Minister Beata Szydło, a Member of the European Parliament from Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), has affirmed that PiS is the only political group delivering on its electoral pledges. Speaking at an event in Końskie, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, Szydło highlighted PiS’s commitment to meeting the expectations of the Polish people.

    During the event, PiS unveiled “eight concrete proposals” to address various aspects of Polish society. These proposals include the introduction of seniority-based pensions, modernization of housing estates, toll-free highways, support for local farmers through the “Local Shelf” program, funding for student excursions, improved hospital nutrition, free medication for seniors and children, and the 800+ program.

    Szydło proudly stated that PiS has made significant progress in fulfilling its electoral promises from previous years. Many of these promises have been realized, and others are already in progress. The party remains committed to implementing the will of the Polish people in the coming years.

    PiS is open to forming alliances with various political groups, as demonstrated by the inclusion of Paweł Kukiz, a prominent politician, on its list. Kukiz praised PiS for incorporating his electoral demands into their program, including the appointment of peace judges, electoral law reforms, local referendums, and the removal of parliamentary immunities.

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