Friday, July 10, 2020

Presidential elections in Poland: LGBT ideology vs Economy

This weekend Poles will vote for their president in the so-called second stage because neither candidate, out of eleven, received enough votes in the first stage to be "uncontested" winner.

The stakes are high. It is obvious that whoever wins will change Poland for a long time. Poland will either change the way European liberals want, and demand, or the way traditional, not necessarily conservative, Poles want.

While candidate of the Civic Platform is pushing LGBT ideology the current president running for re-election wants to improve the economy so "that you would never have to go abroad again to earn fair wages."

"The state must rise to the challenge," said President Andrzej Duda during his visit in Subcarpathian region. He added that his goal is that you would never have to leave work again, so that you could earn a fair income in the country and keep your family at a fair level of living standards.