Presidential campaign: Polish top opposition candidate promises to rebuild ties with EU


Poland should rebuild ties with the European Union, do more to fight climate change and spend millions of dollars on healthcare, the main opposition challenger in May’s presidential elections told hundreds of supporters on Saturday.

Polls suggest Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska, of the centrist Civic Platform party, would be just behind incumbent nationalist President Andrzej Duda if the second round of the vote was held today.

„I will be seeking friends not enemies for us, I will rebuild true partnerships with the EU and the United States,” she told a rally in Warsaw.

„Our children are suffocating from smog and our government, instead of investing in clean technologies, invests in Russian coal and does not allow Poles to use European green money.”

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Watch the video: the rally of Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska

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