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Cabinet reshuffle scenarios
December 1, 2017   
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Joachim Brudzinski
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) has been mulling replacing the current PM Beata Szydlo with the deputy PM and development minister Mateusz Morawiecki in one of the planned cabinet reshuffle scenarios, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes citing unofficial sources.
The idea inspired little enthusiasm within the party top brass and PiS allies, insiders tell the daily. Either PiS chair Jaroslaw Kaczynski will eventually become the new PM or cabinet reshuffle will be limited to cosmetic changes, a PiS politician says.
The fate of the incumbent defense minister Antoni Macierewicz remains undecided, with deputy Sejm speaker Joachim Brudzinski and deputy defense minister Michal Dworczyk brought up as possible replacements, the daily writes.
Brudzinski and Macierewicz could in fact swap posts in a move that would make Macierewicz's dismissal more palatable to the PiS most ardent supporters. Ultimately, the reshuffle may be postponed to January due to the rich parliamentary agenda in the upcoming weeks and the necessity to vote over the opposition grouping PO's constructive vote of confidence, the daily adds.
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