Locked content Morawiecki sworn in as PM. No changes in the cabinet right now

Mateusz Morawiecki has been sworn in as the new Prime Minister. He did not make any changes to the cabinet, and he will keep his position as the Minister of Finance and Development. The only change to the cabinet was appointing dismissed PM Beata Szydło as the Deputy PM, she will not helm any minist...
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Morawiecki to replace Szydło – media

According to various media sources, ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party leader, Jarosław Kaczyński plans to replace current PM Beata Szydło with Deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki. The change could happen as soon as next week.

Locked content EU Parliament chief outraged after far-right protests

The head of the European Parliament expressed his concern for the safety of MEPs after far-right protesters hanged their pictures on the gallows. “I will write to PM Beata Szydło to ensure the security of elected members of the European Parliament to express their opinions independently, without thr...

Locked content Szydło meets with Macron to repair strained relations

PM Beata Szydło met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris in an attempt to patch things up after relations between two countries became strained in recent months due to a number of issues including posted workers, concerns over rule of law in Poland, and recently the Pope John Paul II monum...

Locked content PM Szydło submits cabinet reshuffle plan to Kaczyński

PM Beata Szydło presented her government reconstruction plan to ruling Law and Justice leader Jarosław Kaczyński, government spokesman Rafał Bochenek said, adding that the proposed changes are currently being consulted and will be “of structural nature.” The changes will be announced after the consu...
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Gov’t with 47% support

The current government has gained more public support in October, with 47 percent of Poles assessing its activity positively, 4 percentage points more than a month earlier, according to an opinion poll conducted by Kantar Public. Among the supporters, 10 percent were very positive about their govern...

Locked content Szydło hopes for good cooperation with Germany after elections

PM Beata Szydło congratulated German incumbent Chancellor Angela Merkel on winning the parliamentary elections and added that she hopes for ”good cooperation” between two nations. “The future coalition under your leadership will serve the citizens of Germany, European integration and the strengtheni...