Young candidates to the Sejm were asked in “Kampania #BezKitu” about the most important issues for them, with which they want to enter parliament. – Primarily apartments. We have a pathology in Poland in which young people are forced to take loans for 30 years. We want to change that – said Dawid Dobrogowski (Nowa Lewica). – The first, basic thing with which the Greens have been on the political scene for 18 years is, above all, the energy transformation – said the spokesman of this party, Michał Suchora, starting from the KO list.
The guests of the “#BezKitu” campaign were young candidates for the Sejm – Michał Dobrogowski (New Left) and Michał Suchora (Greens, starting from KO list). They were asked about the most important issues for them, with which they want to enter the parliament.
The representative of the New Left was the first to answer this question. – Primarily apartments. We have a pathology in Poland in which young people are forced to take loans for 30 years. We want to change that. Following the Viennese example, we want the state to build flats for cheap rent, he began.
The second thing is transportation. We want young people not to be forced to drive 30 kilometers or more, to study or to work. We want a train to reach every poviat and a bus to every commune, he added.
– The third thing is work. We want work in Poland to pay off. We want “junk cars” to end in Poland, i.e. the liquidation of “junk contracts”, and at the same time fair taxes, because if you earn less, you should pay less taxes, and if you earn more, you should pay more, he concluded.
Suchora: this power fails to provide for basic needs
Michał Suchora from the Greens pointed to the energy transformation as the most important topic. – The first, basic thing with which the Greens have been on the political scene for 18 years is primarily the energy transformation. I decided to start in these elections last autumn, when on the street in front of my tenement house in Sokołowsko, and I live near Wałbrzych, this is the district from which I will be starting, I met a neighbor who packed her things and said goodbye to me with the words “I’m leaving for autumn, I’ll be back in spring, I can’t afford heating my apartment, I can’t afford to be here during the heating season” – he said.
– It is pathological that in a large country, in Central Europe, in the 21st century, heating and hot water would be a comfort or luxury. Everyone ridiculed the hot water in the tap, it turns out that this authority is unable to provide the basic needs, which is heating – he added.
– The second thing is, of course, stopping the logging of Polish forests. It is a scandal what is happening in the field of nature conservation. The third thing is to restore the place Poland in the European Union he added.
Young people about the most important topics of the campaign
The host of the “#BezKitu Campaign” Radomir Wit asked representatives of youth organizations about what topics should dominate the ongoing election campaign. Kamil Kuzak (Young Together) replied that it should be a “decent” job for young people. Barbara Jamrocha (Generacja OdNowy) stated that the main theme of the election campaign should be security.
Paulina Karczmarek (Generation 2050) pointed to education, health protection and women’s rights. For Tomasz Budziński (New Generation), the most important topic of the election campaign should be housing.
In the first part of the program, the guests were Piotr Czarnowski (Institute of Direct Democracy) and Róża Rzeplińska, head of the website “I have the right to know”, who talked about the transparency of spending public money and the referendum planned by the rulers for election day.
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