Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki stressed the importance of using the power balance in the new parliament as a foundation for cooperation rather than confrontational politics.
Following the general election on October 15, where the Law and Justice party secured the most votes but not a parliamentary majority, Morawiecki acknowledged the need for a more balanced representation in the Sejm.
He emphasized that the future Sejm would include a diverse array of political parties, from the Left to the Third Way, the Polish People’s Party, and the Confederation. Morawiecki’s message was clear: this power balance should serve as a platform for collaborative efforts aimed at building a better future, promoting cooperation, and fostering constructive opposition.
The prime minister highlighted the necessity of open dialogue rather than clandestine conflicts among different political factions, emphasizing the importance of a more harmonious and productive parliamentary atmosphere.