“It’s time for us,” wrote Waldemar Buda, former minister of development and technology, on X. In turn, Anna Moskwa, former Minister of Climate and Environment, expressed hope that the projects “I started for Poland will be continued.” Farewells to ministers heading economic ministries.
A new government was appointed at the Presidential Palace on Monday Mateusz Morawiecki, who – as it seems – has no chance of gaining a vote of confidence in the new Sejm. These are the heads of ministries who are leaving their positions.
Janusz Cieszyński ceases to lead the Ministry of Digitization.
“I said goodbye to the great team @CYFRA_GOV_PL. See you soon,” he wrote on the website.
Cieszyński was appointed as the head of the ministry on April 6, 2023. This position was not filled in the new government.
Marlena Maląg became the Minister of Development and Technology, replacing Waldemar Buda.
This change was commented by Waldemar Buda on website X. “It’s time for us,” he wrote.
Buda was appointed Minister of Development and Technology on April 8, 2022
Marzena Małek became the Minister of State Assets, replacing her in this position Jacek Sasin.
The former minister of this ministry said on website X that he “ends the mission on a strong note.” In his opinion, this accent is “the completion of the initial stage of a huge investment, i.e. the construction of a nuclear power plant in Pątnów.” “I hope that this and other energy projects will be implemented,” he wrote.
From November 15, 2019 to June 21, 2023, Sasin held the offices of Vice-President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of State Assets. Since June 21, 2023, he has been the Minister of State Assets.
Anna Łukaszewska-Trzeciakowska, who replaced her, became the Minister of Climate and Environment Anna Moskwa.
The former head of the ministry on website X announced that “today I am ending my mission as the Minister of Climate and Environment.”
As she noted, “the last two years have been a period of intense work in times of war and energy crisis.”
“Thank you to everyone with whom I had the pleasure of working. I hope that the projects I have started for Poland will be continued,” she wrote.
Anna Moskwa has been working as the Minister of Climate and Environment since October 26, 2021.
Andrzej Costowniak became the new Minister of Financewho replaced Magdalena Rzeczkowska.
Rzeczkowska wrote on the X platform that “I always treated work at #MF as a service and distinction, and it still turned out to be a fascinating adventure.”
She added: “I had the honor of working towards ambitious goals with creative, competent and passionate people. I could always rely on them.”
“I am grateful to my collaborators. I keep my fingers crossed for you. I am sure that many successes lie ahead of you. I am also grateful to the observers and reviewers of my public activities, including those from – she emphasized.
Rzeczkowska was appointed as Minister of Finance on April 26, 2022.