Government reshuffle possible in summer of 2013 – PM
January 2, 2013
Prime Minister Donald Tusk
Poland's Prime Minister said on Monday that he did not rule out a
serious change in the Polish government in the summer of 2013.
"I do not rule out changes in the middle of my term. So, a significant change is possible in the summer," PM Donald Tusk wrote on Twitter on Monday.
“I do not exclude changes mid-way through the second term of office. So, a significant change is possible in the summer," Tusk wrote.
At the same time the PM said that he believes that Poland will avoid recession in 2013 and its Treasury papers are expected to post new records next year.
"2013 will be better for Poland than expected by pessimists. Poland will avoid recession and earn a new record high on Treasury bonds,” Tusk wrote.
Polish Treasury yields have declined significantly in recent months.
Unemployment will fall in the second half of 2013," the PM also wrote.
Asked whether his statement has been based on concrete data and analyses, the PM said that "over five years government forecasts that were usually less pessimistic than expert opinions were quite correct".
Poland assumed 2.2% GDP growth in its 2013 budget.