Jaroslaw Kaczynski, former Prime Minister and Chairman of the Law and Justice Party of the Polish Government (PiS), announced on Sunday that “shortly after the summer” he was preparing a new plan for a far-reaching restructuring of the Polish government.
Kaczynski has argued that there will be changes and that overlapping areas of ministerial responsibility will also be explored. For this reason, he has indicated that the large deviations will not only occur in the executive but also in the PiS, although he has not indicated which people or positions will be affected.
However, he has confirmed that Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will remain in his post, according to the Polish agency PAP.
It is a move by the leader that saw a narrow win for the PiS candidate in last week’s presidential election.