On Monday, MPs will vote of confidence in the Prime Minister. First, Mateusz Morawiecki will present the expose. If he does not receive the required support, the Sejm will move on to elect another candidate. The parliamentary majority chooses Donald Tusk as prime minister. We present the expected composition of his government.
November 27, president Andrzej Duda the new government was sworn in Mateusz Morawieckicreated after elections parliamentary in the so-called first constitutional step. On Monday, the Prime Minister will present an exposé to the Sejm with a request for a vote of confidence in the government. If he does not get it – and the PiS club has 191 MPs, which does not give a majority – the Sejm will take over the initiative in choosing the prime minister and government.
The post-election coalition of KO, Third Way and the Left has 248 MPs. Her candidate for prime minister is Donald Tusk. The vote on his appointment as head of government is to take place on the same day before 7 p.m.
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Composition of Donald Tusk’s future government
He is to become deputy prime minister and minister of national defense Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz. In Tusk’s previous government, he represented the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy.
Krzysztof Gawkowski from the Left is to become the second deputy prime minister and minister of digitalization.
Tomasz Siemoniak, Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz, Radosław Sikorski sat in the previous government of Donald Tusk.
According to unofficial information from “Fakty” TVN, this is the composition of Donald Tusk’s future government:
> Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz – Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of National Defense
> Krzysztof Gawkowski – Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digitization
> Adam Bodnar – Minister of Justice
> Radosław Sikorski – Minister of Foreign Affairs
> Adam Szłapka – Minister for European Union Affairs
> Marcin Kierwiński – Minister of Interior and Administration
> Tomasz Siemoniak – coordinator of special services
> Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz – Minister of Culture and National Heritage
> Andrzej Domański – Minister of Finance
> Borys Budka – Minister of State Assets
> Sławomir Nitras – Minister of Sport and Tourism
> Barbara Nowacka – Minister of Education
> Izabela Leszczyna – Minister of Health
> Dariusz Klimczak – Minister of Infrastructure
> Krzysztof Hetman – Minister of Development and Technology
> Czesław Siekierski – Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development
> Paulina Hennig-Kloska – Minister of Climate and Environment
> Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz – Minister of Funds and Regional Policy
> Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk – Minister of Family and Social Policy
> Dariusz Wieczorek – Minister of Science and Higher Education
> Marzena Okła-Drewnowicz, minister-member of the Council of Ministers, minister for senior policy
> Katarzyna Kotula, minister-member of the Council of Ministers, minister for equality
> Agnieszka Buczyńska, minister-member of the Council of Ministers, minister for civil society
> Jan Grabiec, minister-member of the Council of Ministers, head of the office of the Prime Minister
> Maciej Berek, Secretary of the Council of Ministers, President of the Government Legislation Center
Schedule of the Sejm sessions
On Monday at 10 a.m. Mateusz Morawiecki’s expose. Then statements from clubs and groups, which will last a total of 5 hours. A vote on the vote of confidence of the Morawiecki government is scheduled for sharply at 3 p.m.
Then the marshal will announce a break, and it will be time to nominate candidates for prime minister. The Civic Coalition, Third Road and the Left will submit Donald Tusk’s candidacy. Another debate will take place between 4:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., ending with a vote on the Sejm candidate for prime minister.
On Tuesday at 9 a.m. Donald Tusk will deliver his exposé and then he will officially present the composition of the Council of Ministers. Then representatives of clubs and groups will speak. At 3 p.m., MPs will vote on approving the composition of Donald Tusk’s new government.
Main photo source: PAP/Paweł Supernak