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Dorn Quits Security Council
February 20, 2008   
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Ludwik Dorn, who was deputy prime minister and interior minister in the previous Law and Justice (PiS) government and later speaker of the Sejm, has resigned from the presidential National Security Council (RBN). He said that the reason for his decision were the president's statements about him. Dorn, until recently a leading figure in PiS, came into sharp conflict with PiS leader Jarosław Kaczyński over the past few months and has been officially suspended in his rights as a party member.

Today the council comprises National Security Bureau head Władysław Stasiak, head of the President's Office Anna Fotyga, ex-PM Jarosław Kaczyński and the former defense minister, PiS deputy Aleksander Szczygło. It has not been announced if and when the president plans to fill in the gap on the council. The RBN is the president's advisory body on the country's internal and external security. It advises the head of state on security but its opinions are not binding on the president.
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