Law and Justice appoints new district heads. They will largely be taken over by politicians of the younger generation. There will be 17 new heads of districts that correspond territorially to voivodeships and one separately for Warsaw. So far, there have been 94 of them. The party has not yet decided who will lead the Opole structures.
– The PiS Political Committee approved voivodeship plenipotentiaries, including the plenipotentiary for the capital city of Warsaw. There is an important and extremely important time ahead of us elections local government and European ones, for which we want to prepare as best as possible. The structure of the party is also important, hence such decisions, said party spokesman Rafał Bochenek on Monday.
New district heads
The new district heads include a large group of people in their 30s and 40s. In the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, the head of the district was the new head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, Paweł Głosernaker, in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, the government spokesman Piotr Mueller, and in the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, the deputy minister of sport, Anna Krupka, was appointed. This group also includes the former minister at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, Łukasz Schreiber, who will lead the party’s work in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, the Voivode of Silesia, Jarosław Wieczorek (he will be responsible for the structures in Silesia) and the Voivode of Warmia-Masuria, Artur Chojecki (he will be responsible for the Warmia-Masuria Voivodeship).
“Old guard” politicians also became heads of districts. The structures in Lower Silesia will be managed by the former Speaker of the Sejm Elżbieta Witekin the Lublin region – former Minister of Education and Science Przemysław Czarnekin Lubuskie – Marek Ast, in Łódź – Robert Telus, in Małopolska – Andrzej AdamczykMasovia – Marek SuskiGreater Poland – Zbigniew Hoffmann, Podlasie – Jacek Sasin.
The Podkarpackie structures will be managed by MP Ewa Leniart, while the Warsaw structures will be managed by the Deputy Speaker of the Sejm, Małgorzata Gosiewska. The party has not yet decided who will lead the Opole structures.
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