Opposition leader: There is no Poland without Church
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Poland does not have moral teaching other than that which the Church proclaims, said Law and Justice (PiS) leader Jarosław Kaczyński on Sunday.
Pilgrims at Jasna Góra. Photo: PAP/Waldemar Deska
“There is no Poland without the Church; Poland does not have moral teaching other than that which the Church proclaims,” Kaczyński said during a religious pilgrimage on Sunday to Jasna Góra, a Polish religious destination.
The PiS leader stressed the need for Poland to move "towards good change" – under the command of Our Lady Queen of Poland.
Kaczyński assured those present that both President-elect Andrzej Duda, as well as PiS’s candidate for prime minister, Beata Szydło “are not deaf to the voice of Poles” and “towards everything the Church teaches, as well as the foundation of [Polish] faith and the foundation of Polish identity”.
According to recent polls, PiS is likely to beat incumbent Civic Platform (PO) in the upcoming general election slated for the autumn. (rg)