President believes Poles able to build just and prosperous country
Incumbent President Andrzej Duda in the last hours of the presidential campaign expressed trust that, together, Poles are able to build a just, prosperous and strong country.
Meeting his supporters in Niebylec, south-eastern Poland, Duda also noted that during a second term in office, the president is responsible only before God, history and nation.
The president said that if he wins the July 12 run-off, his second term will be a term of an ambitious investment policy, as well as ambitious implementation of international goals - "building Poland's position wherever possible, supporting Polish entrepreneurs in foreign expansion," said the incumbent.
"I am appealing for support. I believe that we are able to build the Poland we dream about, a just, prosperous and strong Poland. A Poland that cares for its citizens, in which honesty prevails over cynicism and meanness. A Poland that is able to protect the weak and does not have to be afraid of the strong, which is a decent country in the heart of Europe, which has its dignity and is proudly represented," said the candidate of the ruling United Right camp.