Andrzej Duda managed to secure a remarkable victory, being only the second president in Polish history ever to win a reelection. After winning their seventh election in a row (including Europeans), Poland’s Law and Justice party (PiS) seems like having the perfect formula, which is a mix of a broad range of social democratic economic policies and robustly conservative, traditionalist values centered around family, Church and national identity. But even after their endless success, Matraszek thinks that now is the time for certain changes in their rhetoric, as there are still untapped voter-bases in Poland that will decide the outcomes of future elections. The latest episode on the Danube Dialogues hosted by John O’Sullivan, the president of Danube Institute. His guest was Marek Matraszek the President of the renowned Polish public affairs consultancy, FIPRA.