Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki expressed the opinion that the current decision will affect the development of small settlements.
The Prime Minister of Poland handed over to the representatives of the authorities of ten localities a decree granting them city rights.
It is reported by “Polish radio“.
Parts of the gmina councils returned the status of the city after 150 years – then they were downgraded by order of the king. This applies, in particular, to the New Town (what is the definition of “city” in its name) in the Mazowsze region.
The voyty present at the ceremonial event in Warsaw, that is, the heads of local self-government, noted that this is historical justice. After all, their settlements were cities in the middle of the 19th century, and they were punished for supporting the January Uprising.
Vojt of the New Town Slawomir Zalewski hopes that the return of city rights will help popularize his gmina. As he added, residents will celebrate the New Year together to celebrate the acquisition of city rights.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki expressed the opinion that the current decision will affect the development of small settlements: “This also means the growth of aspirations and ambitions of the local community. , for your urban and rural communes – so that this means soon development, faster progress, better infrastructure. “
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The head of government added: “I am very happy about this, because we are changing the vectors of history, and for decades, few have noticed this problem.”
The following cities also received the status of cities: Cegluv and Jedlnia Letnisko in the Mazovian Voivodeship, Ljutomersk and Bolimów in the Lodz Voivodeship, Pruszcz in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Ivaniska in the więtokrzyn Voivodeship, Izbica in the Lublin Voivodeship, and Kachora in the Greater Poland Voivodeship.
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