President Andrzej Duda has appointed Mateusz Morawiecki's new government, marking the first constitutional step in forming a new Council of Ministers after elections. Morawiecki, from the Law and Justice party, received the task due to his party's election success. Despite the ceremonial swearing-in, Morawiecki's government faces challenges with the majority in the Sejm held by its opposition: the Civic Coalition, the Third Way, and the New Left, who have formed a coalition.
The cabinet, comprising mostly PiS politicians who were not in key roles before, has two weeks to secure a vote of confidence. The composition includes ministers like Mariusz Błaszczak (Defense), Dorota Bojemska (Family and Social Policy), and Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk (Foreign Affairs).