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Beata Szydło attends the Patriotic Picnic in Pułtusk

May 4, 2019
Deputy Prime Minister Beata Szydło, along with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński, participated in the Patriotic Picnic in Pułtusk.

"On these beautiful Polish May days, it is worth talking about our homeland. It is worth talking about how good it is to be Polish, that we are proud of being Poles. It is worth showing the whole world how beautiful Poland is, how great Poland is and how great the Poles are. There would be no Poland, as it is now, if it were not for Polish families" said the Deputy Prime Minister.

Beata Szydło also reminded us that the "Szydłobus" started PiS’ successful 2015 electoral campaign from the market in Pułtusk.

Szydło said that today’s Poland is shown as an example of a state that can conduct a wise pro-family policy, and that in 2015 there were many problems to solve in this area.

"We need more time so that we can finish implementing our plan, so that we can introduce new, good projects for Poland, for Poles, to give everyone an equal chance" said Beata Szydło. She added that PiS also wants to strengthen regions that have been forgotten for many years.

The Deputy Prime Minister emphasized that elections to the European Parliament are important saying, "Please, trust us once again to follow us on the campaign trail so that we can finish implementing our plans."
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