I can already see how this plan for my parliamentary mandate is changing. I wanted to deal with economic issues, but it turns out that there are more and more voices asking me to deal with specific issues of youth policy – said 24-year-old Adam Gomoła (Trzecia Droga), the youngest person elected to the Sejm in this year’s elections.
24-year-old entrepreneur Adam Gomoła (Trzecia Droga) is the youngest person elected to the Sejm in this year’s elections. elections. In constituency no. 21 (Opole) he won 21,923 votes.
On Monday, in the Sejm, in a conversation with TVN24 reporter Katarzyna Gozdawa-Litwińska, he said that becoming an MP “is a great pride, but also a huge obligation.”
– I can already see how this plan for my parliamentary mandate is changing. At the beginning, I wanted to be an economist, to deal with economic matters, because this is my area of competence, and it turns out that more and more voices appear in my e-mail box asking me to deal with specific issues of youth policy, precisely because of this. that I am the youngest – said Adam Gomoła.
– So I see that this plan has to change a bit due to the fact that I am the youngest, but it will also bring a lot of joy. My ambition is that, while in this Sejm, unfortunately, only three parliamentarians are under the age of thirty, in the next one there will be a dozen or even several dozen again. This is the work we have to do over the next four years, he added.
What will a politician do?
The politician said that during the election campaign he most often heard from voters about the issue of housing. – According to many statistics, there is currently a shortage of almost two million apartments in Poland. We can see it, for example, in rental prices, but also in the cost of living in Poland in general – he said.
– The second thing is, of course, what I hear from my peers who today are wondering whether to get pregnant or start a family, it is the issue of perinatal care through access to reimbursed in vitro fertilization, because it is the state that should care about that there are more of these generations in Poland, said Gomoła.
He also mentioned access to safe termination and a full package of basic prenatal tests during pregnancy. – And finally, by supporting public services such as nurseries, kindergartens, and good education. So that regardless of whether someone lives in Warsaw or, like me, in Gogolin, they have access to the right to care for their child – he emphasized.
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