The Prime Minister of Poland Beata Szydlo has announced his departure from office. On Thursday evening, December 7, said the press Secretary of the ruling party law and Justice (PiS) Beata Mazurek, reports Radio Poland.

The publication notes that a Political Committee supported her resignation on the same day and has already approved a new candidate for her position. The Prime Minister is Mateusz Morawiecki, occupying now a post of Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and development.

“The Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has filed today to resign at the meeting of the Political Committee of the party law and justice. Thank you, Prime Minister, two years of good work in Poland for the implementation of the reforms that we promised the poles” – said her fellow party member Anna Krupka your Facebook.

Moravicki in the past, the head of a major Bank and is therefore considered a person who will not be associated with political intrigue, and deals primarily with issues of Economics, writes Radio Liberty.

Before his departure Szydlo stated that almost all of the planned reforms currently implemented.

In the parliamentary elections on 25 Oct 2015 law and justice received a majority and nominated for the post of Prime Minister of Poland Beata Szydlo formed the government.

Yesterday, December 6, it was reported that in Poland in the near future may be a change of Prime Minister. The possibility of the resignation of the current government head Beata Szydlo consider the key persons of the ruling party law and justice.

See also: Szydlo: Poland is not at war with anyone in the international arena

The Prime Minister of Poland resigned 08.12.2017

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