Mateusz Morawiecki stressed that in recent years the government has carried out important reforms that made the state effective again, e.g. in the field of tax collection. “It was a task for which the 3rd Polish Republic had no heart. It tolerated aberrations that led to the loss of an amount equal to at least one full state budget in the eight years preceding our rule, i.e. over PLN 300 billion,” the Prime Minister pointed out.
According to Mateusz Morawiecki, the government's actions led to a “little economic miracle”. “According to the OECD, within the next 2 years Poland will become the fastest developing country out of 36 members of this organisation,” said the Prime Minister. “We haven’t achieved such a success in a long time, perhaps never,” he added.
Mateusz Morawiecki pointed out that the government had managed to restore basic social justice. “Today, the level of social satisfaction and acceptance of the broad economic and social policy is the highest in the last 30 years,” declared the Prime Minister.
The Head of Government stated that Poland has also regained control over its foreign policy. “For us, politics is not about someone patting us on the back, but about caring for our interests,” emphasised Mateusz Morawiecki. According to the Prime Minister, Poland is also rebuilding its historical memory. “We are rebuilding the memory of our true heroes. This is very important for building the foundation and unity of the nation and the vitality that comes from national pride,” said the Head of Government.
The Prime Minister pointed out that human dignity should be the central value of acting for the benefit of Poland. “Our social and economic model strongly emphasises human dignity, family dignity and the solidarity worth of the whole society,” stressed the Head of Government. We believe we will be able to recreate a country that will be a great homeland for Poles and for all those who will live here with us. That we will inspire the whole of Europe with these values, and perhaps even the world”, he explained.
The Congress was organised by the Poland Great Project Foundation. Co-organisers include the Institute for Public Initiatives, the Centre for Political Thought, the Artists for the Republic Association, and the Youth for Poland Association.