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Polish Prime Minister accused opposition of desire to split Polish people
10:44, 18 December 2016
Polish Prime Minister accused opposition of desire to split Polish people

Beata Szydlo made a televised address to Poles

10:44, 18 December 2016

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The opposition is fueling unnecessary negative emotions in the country and tries to split Poles. There were more positive changes for the last year than during the eight years of the previous government combined in Poland.

This was stated by the Prime Minister of Poland, Beata Szydlo in a televised address to the Polish people on Saturday evening, December 17, "Ukrinform" agency reported.

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"The directors of these events (blocking the rostrum and protests near Sejm) should now clearly hear: you're harming Poland and resisting the common good. You want to build your political capital on conflict and resentment," Szydlo appealed to opposition politicians, adding that it was "a big mistake" - agency quoted Prime Minister.

She stressed that it was the opposition who caused a "radical political emotions", which have no relation to the actual situation in Poland. Szydlo is convinced that the opposition is trying to satisfy its frustration from the loss of power.

"One can argue, differ in political views, but you must not split Poles, as it is done today," Szydlo said.

She called for a dialogue and search for unifying factors.

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