Jaroslaw Kaczynski, chairman of the Polish government party for justice and justice, announced that the presidential election in Poland would be held in early May, despite the coronary epidemic. The decision was strongly criticized by the opposition.
“We need political stability today, which is why we are holding the state election on May 10,” said Jaroslaw Kaczynski, President of the Right Party for Radical Right and Justice (PiS), a true leader of onet.pl by. Andrzej Duda (pictured above), who lost his support to the PiS, lost most of the coronavirus because he had to cancel his meetings and campaigning. If it had not happened, it would have received much greater support.
When asked whether a pandemic would trigger a state of emergency, Kaczynski said he didn't want to think about it yet. In his view, there is no need to introduce justified rules for natural disasters today.
Hundreds of comments on the party's announcement were posted on Twitter, mostly negative. Speakers mostly complained that this president was talking about the election, the prime minister, and the head of state, while not at all what matters to the people today. “It may be sacred and inviolable for them to choose, but it is more important for Poles to save their lives and health, Polish companies and jobs,” said Wladyslaw Kosiniak-Kamis, leader of the Polish peasant party.