“Don’t call anymore, Mateusz. We have a full set of ministers,” wrote Donald Tusk, chairman of the Civic Platform, who is the democratic opposition’s candidate for prime minister, on social media. Earlier in Saturday’s interview, Mateusz Morawiecki said that he “is not packed” and believes that a sufficient number of MPs will be able to convince him to cooperate.
“Don’t call anymore, Mateusz. We have a full set of ministers,” Tusk wrote on the X platform.
Morawiecki: I’m not packed
In Saturday’s interview for Interia, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki talked about the situation of his political camp after elections parliamentary. He was asked, among other things, whether he was “packed” and whether he really believed that he would be able to find the missing MPs to create a governing coalition.
“I am not packed. I deeply believe that I will be able to appeal to those MPs from other formations – probably apart from KO – for whom sovereignty is important,” he said.
“When voters choose their representatives, they expect their ideals, their values and their program to be represented. Voters were against illegal immigration, KO MEPs were in favor. Voters were in favor of Poland’s sovereignty program, KO in the EU was in favor of centralization. Finally, voters want for politicians to fulfill their announcements. If they hear that further promises are impossible to fulfill, it may turn out that some MPs will vote for our program. Unless, of course, the President decides to entrust me with the mission of forming a government, said the Prime Minister.
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