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State administration cuts
March 13, 2018   
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PM Mateusz Morawiecki
The Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki decided to reduce the state administration by cutting the number of deputy ministers at ministries. On Monday he informed about 17 resignations and that some more are exxpected in the coming weeks.
In the next two weeks the government will present "a few more names of deputy ministers who will leave the government to fulfill the commitment I made to reduce the government by over 20 deputy ministers," he said.
The changes come as Poland wants to consolidate and "streamline government works," Morawiecki informed.
The dismissed officials include deputy energy minister Andrzej Piotrowski, deputy business and technology minister Piotr WoĽny and deputy minister at the PM chancellery Rafał Bochenek, government spokesperson Joanna Kopcińska told reporters.
In early March Morawiecki declared that he will cut ministers' and deputy ministers' count by some 20 to 25% and slash bonus payments available to the ministerial class. A portion of that group will be pushed into the civil service, Morawiecki said back then.
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