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The star is rising
December 11, 2017   
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Joachim Brudzinski
Polish ruling party Law and Justice (PiS)'s approval of the deputy PM and development minister Mateusz Morawiecki as the candidate for the new PM is commented on by Poland's all major dailies.
Morawiecki is seen by the PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski as the potential new helmsman of the political scene's right wing, both due to his intellectual capacities and the absence of potential rivals, a government insider tells the daily Polska The Times.
Kaczynski did think of taking the PM seat for himself, but was forced to abandon the plan due to health-related reasons, informers from the PiS leader's inner circle reveal.
The PiS vice-leader Joachim Brudzinski's eventual consent to back Morawiecki precipitated the latter's appointment, sources say. Kaczynski's fresh plan assumes that Brudzinski is to be the back-seat architect of the new cabinet's proceedings, insiders add. Such a scenario might, however, fail to materialize due to Morawiecki's bold political ambitions, a PiS politician observes.
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