Gov't to reveal major legislative projects in October, November - official

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The government's most important planned legislative projects can be expected in October or November, Polish government spokesman Piotr Mueller said on Wednesday.

Mueller noted that the government is now working on the most important projects, including those related to the economy, education and health system sectors.

As he said, Law and Justice (PiS) party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will likely summarise the government's schedule and goals for the next three years when the new government lineup is officially announced.

Commenting on the establishment of the ruling United Right's Coalition Council, Muller observed it was created, among other reasons, "to discuss the possibly most sensitive elements in a coalition group," while, as he noted the rest of the things should be determined within the government.

The Coalition Council was established on Saturday under a new coalition agreement sealed between the three parties, including the senior coalition partner PiS and its two junior allies, Solidary Poland (Solidarna Polska) and Agreement (Porozumienie).