Slippery roads, snow is expected to fall in the north of the country. The president already knows the composition of Mateusz Morawiecki’s government, which has no chance of a vote of confidence. Hamas released more hostages. The jumpers failed miserably. Here are five things to know on November 27.
1) Mateusz Morawiecki will be sworn in as Prime Minister by Andrzej Duda
The government will be sworn in at 4:30 p.m Mateusz Morawieckiwho will have two weeks from now to obtain a majority in the Sejm.
The head of the President’s Cabinet, Marcin Mastalerek, announced that the president knows the composition of Mateusz Morawiecki’s new government. However, he pointed out that he would not reveal who was appointed to the new government because “he will not run for Prime Minister Morawiecki in any way.”
However, the government of the current prime minister in the new Sejm has no chance of gaining a vote of confidence.
2) Pope Francis has pneumonia
On Sunday, for the first time, Francis did not read the reflections before the midday Angelus prayer. The priest did it for him Vatican. The Pope connected with the faithful via Vatican media from the chapel of the House of Saint Martha, where he lives. He explained that he couldn’t read because of “inflammation in his lungs.”
Francis then recited the Angelus prayer. The Pope was coughing and had a plaster on his hand, indicating the site of an intravenous injection.
3) More Hamas hostages released. Among them, a four-year-old American girl
Hamas on Sunday released 17 hostages kidnapped in the Gaza Strip: 14 citizens Israel and three foreigners, the Israeli army announced.
President of the USA Joe Biden confirmed at a press conference that among the 17 hostages released by Hamas on Sunday was 4-year-old Abigail Edan, who has dual Israeli-American citizenship. She is the first American woman released from Hamas captivity. The girl witnessed her parents being killed by Hamas militants during their attack on Israel on October 7 and has been detained in the Gaza Strip since then.
4) First weekend with ski jumping. The Poles failed
Polish ski jumpers failed miserably. They did not play any significant roles in the inaugural World Cup competition in Ruka. In both competitions, our representatives were outside the top twenty. On Sunday, Piotr Żyła was 21st and Dawid Kubacki 23rd.
Aleksander Zniszczoł made the shortest jump of the entire weekend in Finland on Sunday, his jump was not much better in the qualifications Kamil Stoch. As a result, both did not get to the main competition, where only four jumpers did not advance. Both competitions in Ruka were won by Austrian Stefan Kraft.
5) Up to 15 centimeters of snow will fall
IMWM warns against weather threats. In four voivodeships, roads and sidewalks may be icy and slippery throughout the night. Snowfall is also expected in places. First-degree warnings against intense snowfall have been issued for the Pomeranian and Warmia-Masurian Voivodeships. Locally, it may receive up to 15 centimeters.
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