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“And Morawiecki became a co-Prime Minister,” Katarzyna Lubnauer (PO), MP, wrote on Twitter. This is one of many reactions to Law and Justice’s tweet. Jarosław Kaczyński and Mateusz Morawiecki were indicated in it as the chairmen of Tuesday’s meeting of the Council of Ministers. The PiS president was named first and named prime minister. Left-wing MP Paweł Krutul assessed that it was a “photo of the truth”. “Showing who really rules in Poland and who has been pretending to be prime minister for many years. Embarrassing,” he added.

Law and Justice published a tweet on Tuesday announcing the government meeting. “Today’s meeting of the Council of Ministers chaired by the Prime Minister, PiS President J. Kaczyński and the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki” – it was written, adding the hashtags: #500Plus and #800Plus to the post.

Four photos from the meeting were also published. One of them shows how Kaczyński, recently deputy prime minister, is sitting at the table to the right of Mateusz Morawiecki. Members of the government are seated at two long tables in front of them.

Only Kaczyński can make such a mockery of his own Prime Minister of Poland

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The attention of Twitter users, including politicians and activists, did not escape the fact that the prime minister is not sitting alone, as usual, presiding over the government meetings, but next to him is Kaczyński, who holds the position of deputy prime minister. In addition, the entry mentions Kaczyński first and calls him prime minister.

MP AFTER Katarzyna Lubnauer wrote: “And Morawiecki became a co-Prime Minister. Only Kaczyński can make such a mockery of his own Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland.”

The KO MP referred to the photo and the entry Małgorzata Kidawa-Blonska. “Prime Minister Morawiecki once announced a slimming down of the government. Not only did he not do so, there are two prime ministers today. What a momentum,” she wrote.

Left-wing MP Paweł Krutul assessed that it was a “photo of the truth”. “Showing who really rules in Poland and who has been PRETENDING to be prime minister for many years. Embarrassing,” he added.

Main photo source: the Prime Minister’s Office



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