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After 100 days in office
March 19, 2018   
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PM Mateusz Morawiecki
Prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki had a really rough start of his tenure, as he had to put out many fires, most of them not started by himself, Polska The Times wrote in an analysis of Morawiecki's 100 days in office. Also Rzeczpospolita enumerates a number of crises Morawiecki had to cope with since he became a PM. Crisis management seems to have fully absorbed the PM, leaving little room for strategic decisions, Polska The Times wrote. On the other hand, the offensive towards the European Commission reduced the risk of Article 7 procedure moving forward and a visit by German chancellor Angela Merkel expected today (Monday) may serve as an argument that Poland is not isolated at the international stage, Rzeczpospolita notes. However, in further comment, citing the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) insiders, the paper said PM chancellery re-hired PR advisors of PM Beata Szydlo, Anna Plakwicz and Piotr Matczuk, as the ruling party is concerned about recent public image setbacks of the government and the party. The party is also concerned that PM Mateusz Morawiecki has problems keeping focus in his public speeches, thus blurring the political message. The two PR specialists were imposed by the party, and Morawiecki was only informed about the fact, with no impact on the decision, Polska The Times claims.
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