There is no threat to the existence of the ruling coalition, according to a statement from government spokesperson Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska reported by TVN24. Any personnel decisions may only be expected after the summer vacation, she said.
“Coalition talks are in progress, I see no threat for the coalition,” Kidawa-Błońska said. She said that, despite the recent tape scandal, Interior Minister Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz is unlikely to lose his job now.
Prime Minister Donald Tusk is focused on solving the issue that arose with the scandal and he does not want to make decisions under pressure, the spokesperson said.
Main opposition party Law and Justice has submitted motions for no confidence votes against both the whole government and the interior minister. The voting in both cases will take place on July 9.