An MP who quit one of the junior parties in Poland’s United Right governing coalition after disagreements over government economic policy has been appointed as the head of the new sports ministry.
Jaroslaw Gowin, leader of the Agreement (Porozumienie) party, which left Poland's ruling United Right coalition last week, has told the Super Express daily he expects elections to be held in the spring of next year.
The leadership of Agreement, a junior partner of the United Right coalition, have made an official decision to leave the ruling camp.
The leader of Agreement, a junior member of Poland’s governing coalition, has warned that a controversial proposal to change the country’s media law threatens foreign investment.
Poland's unemployment rate in May 2021 likely fell to 6.1 percent, the deputy prime minister and development, labour and technology minister wrote on Twitter on Saturday.
All sectors of Poland's economy should be free from lockdown restrictions by early June, the development minister has said.
Poland's United Right coalition has managed to overcome major differences and there is now little chance of early elections, the leader of a small coalition ally has said.
Shopping mall tenants will be offered an 80-percent rent cut during lockdown, according to a draft law adopted by the government on Tuesday.
The entire Polish economy should be reopened by the end of May, the leader of one of the two junior ruling coalition partners said on Monday.
The mayor of Warsaw and deputy leader of Civic Platform, Poland’s biggest opposition party, has said he would not rule out an alliance with the ruling coalition party led by deputy prime minister Jaroslaw Gowin.