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President-government: "smooth cooperation"
August 16, 2017   
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Krzysztof Lapinski
President Andrzej Duda is not in conflict with the rest of the ruling camp over his decision to veto the bulk of the judiciary reform, presidential spokesperson Krzysztof Lapinski tells weekly Do Rzeczy.
"I think that both the government and the Presidential Palace realize that reforming Poland requires their smooth cooperation," he says, reiterating that Duda has no intention to start his own political party.
It would be good if the ruling camp drew conclusions from the judiciary reform in preparing and proceeding with the media deconcentration bill, Lapinski also remarks, but admits that the contents of the document and the time when it will be sent to the president remain unknown.
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