During a Law and Justice (PiS) party convention on Saturday, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the head of Poland’s ruling party, declared that to be a sovereign nation, Poland must possess economic, military, and spiritual strength as its primary criteria.
Kaczynski maintained that the PiS had not squandered their eight years in power, but in order to avoid wasting the approaching years, they must secure the electoral triumph. He emphasized that good politics were about practical measures for the common good, serving both the nation and its citizens, which was easy to declare but difficult to execute.
He added that the weekend convention marked a crucial moment, with ten panels scheduled, three of which dealt with the economy, five on society, and two on political issues. The central theme, according to Kaczynski, was patriotism, which he defined as “attachment to and love for the motherland,” but also entailed the willingness to defend it.
Kaczynski argued that national sovereignty should be the foundation of everything.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, stated during a PiS convention that Poland needs to be strong to achieve sovereignty, emphasizing economic, military, spiritual, and moral strength. According to Kaczynski, Poland’s sovereignty relies on its ability to provide its citizens with a decent standard of living, strong military capabilities, and a robust spiritual and moral foundation.