Possible changes in the government will be presented to President Andrzej Duda next week, government spokesman Piotr Mueller said. However, he added that if they ever happened, they would be “cosmetic”. “We’re talking about a few people,” he added.
Government spokesman Piotr Mueller in the First Program of Polish Radio was asked about changes in the government and the entry of new coalition partners of the United Right, including the group of Adam Bielan – Republicans. Mueller stressed that the changes in the government, if any, would be “cosmetic”. – If they will [zmiany w rządzie – przyp. red.], these will be cosmetic changes, we are talking about a few people – said the government spokesman. However, he made a reservation that he would not anticipate the decision of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who would first present the changes to President Andrzej Duda.
When asked when the changes could be presented to the president, a government spokesman replied that “it is for next week”.
Changes in the government after the end of the Agreement
Changes in the government have been announced by the United Right since leaving the ruling camp by the Agreement of Jarosław Gowin. Although in the end most of the deputy ministers from the party of the former deputy prime minister remained in the United Right by joining the PiS parliamentary club, Jarosław Gowin and some of his associates left the government.
As part of the changed formula, the United Right may join, inter alia, the Republican Party founded by MEP Adam Bielan and the “Renewal of the Republic of Poland” formation, deputy head of the Ministry of National Defense, Marcin Ociepa.
Main photo source: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of the Prime Minister