Prime Minister Beata Szydło: It was an Honor to be the Prime Minister of Poland

fot. R. Zambrzycki / Sejm Media Office

First and foremost I would like to thank my fellow Poles for supporting our government, and for Your votes following the 2015 election campaign. Being aware of Poland’s pivotal moment in history, I will remain a member of our government to keep making the ‘Good Change’ work, together with the Law and Justice party, Prime Minister Beata Szydło announced during her Friday, December 8th, address in the Sejm.

Two good years

In the course of these last two years we managed to do a lot of good things. I am proud of the fact that the Law and Justice government restored faith of Polish citizens in the Polish state, and restored dignity of Polish families. Above all I am proud of how well Poland’s economy is performing — the Prime Minister said. She resigned from her post on Thursday night.

She went on to stress that the primary pillars for the Law and Justice government are family, security and economic development. According to the Prime Minister Szydlo the economic growth may provide Poland the opportunity to avail its citizens with a safe environment — in which Polish families deserve to live in and pursue their ambitions and dreams. It may offer Poland’s economy the chance to compete with the best. This is the number one challenge we face — she said.

Still a Member of the ‘Good Change’ Government

I would like to thank my fellow Poles for supporting our government, for your votes in the 2015 election campaign. Being aware of Poland’s pivotal moment in history, I will remain a member of our government to keep making the ‘Good Change’ work, together with the Law and Justice party, Prime Minister Beata Szydło said. She also expressed her gratitude to the Senate and the Law and Justice Parliamentary club for cooperation. It was an honor to serve as the Prime Minister of Poland – she added.



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