Poles form different groups, but no one sees themselves as “electorate” of that or another candidate. I am convinced that we are all equipped with reason and make our choices independently – sometimes to spite “them”, sometimes to support “us”. However, it is a decision each of us has to make, even if we decide not to vote – writes President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski writes in “Rzeczpospolita”.
– Both candidates should be reminded that regardless of who wins, on May 25thwe will wake up in a common Poland. After a brief discussion we should take necessary measures and implement changes with determination – keeping in mind that being a citizen entails both rights and obligations – remarks Malinowski.
The President of Employers of Poland believes that the legislative procedure and the functioning of the justice system should be the first in line for comprehensive changes. In his opinion, the tax system should also be changed – the amendments to the Tax Ordinance drafted by President Komorowski should be passed before the end of this parliamentary term, tax regulations should also be stabilized. Malinowski emphasizes the lack of a cohesive healthcare policy as well.
– I do not believe that single-member districts could improve the Polish election system, particularly in their British variety. However, it is clear that something has to be changed in the voting system, so that more citizens cast their vote. Discussion always pays – he sums up.