Polish PM hands in cabinet resignation at inaugural parliament session
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki handed in his cabinet's resignation as the newly-elected parliament started its four-year term of office on Tuesday.
Morawiecki said his government had kept their word, which translated into more decent lives for Poles.
"Work, pay and the condition of public finance are all more decent and so is the policy of history and international policy," the prime minister said.
The prime minister argued his cabinet had been successful in many respects, mentioning the family benefit programme 500 Plus, the national economy's performance and the curbing of bureaucracy.
This is why the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has won the second consecutive parliamentary term, he said.