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Reshuffle next year
December 12, 2017   
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Beata Mazurek
New Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will "most likely" carry out a cabinet reshuffle some time next year, after he discusses some of key issues in the field of foreign policy and defense with the president, ruling party PiS spokesperson Beata Mazurek told PAP.
Morawiecki "certainly has to have time to thoroughly discuss some of the key issues, which are also within the presidential realm, with the president," Mazurek said. "I mean here for instance foreign policy or issues related with the defense ministry."
"Most likely, after he gets insight into the situation, after he discusses it with the president, he will propose a reshuffle of his cabinet next year," she said, adding that for the time being no dates have been set.
Mazurek's comments follow Morawiecki's swearing in as PM. Morawiecki also retained for himself his to-date positions as Minister of Finance and Development and imported the remainder of the prior cabinet, putting paid to a spate of last-minute media speculation of possible changes at select posts.
Outgoing Prime Minister Beata Szydlo took a cabinet post as deputy Prime Minister, but without a portfolio.
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