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Head of ruling conservatives wants Poles to ‘feel equal’

20.07.2019 16:00
The head of Poland’s governing conservative Law and Justice party has said in the run-up to parliamentary elections that he wants Poles to have a decent standard of living and feel equal.
Jarosław Kaczyński meets voters on Saturday
Jarosław Kaczyński meets voters on Saturday PAP/Wojtek Jargiło

Law and Justice on Saturday discussed its election programme with voters in Chełm, a city in eastern Poland.

The event was entitled "A Good Time for Poland."

Party leader Jarosław Kaczyński said: "While in power, we’ve constantly tried ensure that living standards [improve] but also, very importantly, that Poles feel dignity… that we feel equal, that all parts of Poland are equal.”

Earlier this year, Kaczyński said his party aimed to "work even harder" to improve the quality and standard of living for all Poles.

Poland is due to hold parliamentary elections in October or November.

The governing conservative Law and Justice party won a landslide in elections in late 2015 and will be bidding for a second term in power.

The party is ahead in the opinion polls while the opposition appears divided.

Grzegorz Schetyna, leader of the Civic Platform (PO), Poland’s largest opposition party, announced on Thursday that his group was going into the parliamentary race without two key allies it partnered with in the country’s European elections earlier this year.


Source: PAP