PM opens Facebook account

PM wrote that through Facebook he would be sharing information about his current activities related to the implementation of the government's Plan for Responsible Development, as well as about the programme of the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS). /Facebook

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki opened a Facebook account last week and in his first entry assured users that he would find time to share his thoughts about the future of Poland with them.

"The election campaign is an intense and tough time, but I hope that it can also be an opportunity for meaningful conversations about our Polish aspirations and expectations. It could be a time to ask how can we improve our daily lives, and how can Poland be made a better place to live for all of us, regardless of our views, place of residence or occupation," said Morawiecki in the clip that appeared on his account on Tuesday morning.

"I'd like us to meet and have face-to-face discussions, throughout Poland, on the issues that are most important to us. I'd also like us to have meaningful conversations, here, through social media. Let's show we can talk to each other with class, with concern for Poland, through issue-based discussions that don't offend others," said the prime minister.

He added that through Facebook he would be sharing information about his current activities related to the implementation of the government's Plan for Responsible Development, as well as about the programme of the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS). "Here, you’ll be able to learn about my vision for the future of Poland," he said.

Parliamentary elections will take place on October 13; Poles will elect 460 MPs and 100 senators for a four-year term.