Government spokesman Piotr Mueller was asked on Thursday on Radio Zet whether Mateusz Morawiecki would be replaced by Beata Szydło after Law and Justice won the parliamentary elections. – He did not answer.
Piotr Mueller, who was a guest of Radio Zet on Thursday, heard a few questions that he had to answer briefly “yes or no”. Asked if “after winning the elections, Beata Szydło will replace Mateusz Morawiecki‘ he replied, ‘No.
Parliamentary elections in Poland will take place in the fall. According to the constitution, the date will be indicated by the president.
Beata Szydło, currently an MEP PISserved as Prime Minister from 2015 to 2017. She resigned from her position on December 7, 2017. She was then replaced by Morawiecki.
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