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Jacek Jaśkowiak is again the best president in Poland according to Gazeta Prawna

He won the national ranking “Pearls of self-government” by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.

On Wednesday evening, we announced the results of the dozen editions of the Pearl of Self-Government ranking. – All municipalities in Poland were invited to the ranking. Independent experts check how local governments develop the local economy, care for the education, health and safety of residents, provide care for people with special needs, and care for the environment and clean air. Apart from goal indicators, the competition jury also decided on the victory. Local Government beads were awarded in four categories: rural communes, urban-rural communes, urban communes up to 100,000. inhabitants, and more than 100 thousand. inhabitants – city ​​officials say.

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Among the municipalities with more than 100,000 inhabitants, Poznań became the best. Behind our city are Gdansk and Gdynia. Jacek Jaśkowiak, who, like last year, was recognized as the best president in a commune with more than 100,000 people, can once again be happy and successful. He beat second Wojciech Szczurek from Gdynia and third Hanna Zdanowska from Łódź.

– Thank you for this award, it is a motivation for me for even greater efforts and activities for Poznań assets – by Jacek Jaśkowiak. – 2021 was a difficult year for all local government officials. The pandemic forced us to make difficult decisions once again. At the time, no one suspected that we would face an even greater challenge, the current humanitarian crisis. Only through good cooperation from local governments, entrepreneurs and residents can we deal with it – he adds.

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Poznań received both other awards in the competition for Leadership in Good Practice. In the economy category, the city’s support program for unique craft specialties, “Craft Alley,” was appreciated, and in the environmental category, the organization of a citizens ’assembly was appreciated against the effects of climate change.

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