Prime Minister Beata Szydło: It was an honour for me to be the Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland

I would like to thank first of all my countrymen, for supporting our government, for your votes in the election campaign. Being aware of the responsibility for the historical moment in which Poland now stands, I will remain in the government in order to build the good change with Law and Justice, said Prime Minister Beata Szydło during her Friday address at the Sejm.


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Two good years

During these two years we managed to do a lot of good things. I am proud that the government of Law and Justice during these two years restored the faith in the Polish state among Polish citizens, restored dignity to Polish families, and, above all, I am proud that Poland is developing so well, said the Prime Minister, who had resigned from her post on Thursday evening.

As she added, the first pillars of the PiS government are family, security and development. According to Prime Minister Beata Szydło, this development may give Poland a chance to become a safe state, in which Polish families want to live and develop their ambitions and dreams, and a chance for the economy to compete with the best. This is the most important challenge we all experience, she said.

Still in the government for the good change

I would like to thank first of all my countrymen, for supporting our government, for your votes in the election campaign. Being aware of the responsibility for the historical moment in which Poland now stands, I will remain in the government in order to build a good change with Law and Justice, she said. Beata Szydło also thanked the High Chamber and the parliamentary club Law and Justice for cooperation. It was an honour for me to be the Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland, she said.

 


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