Poland's Supreme Court has annulled the suspension of a judge, who has been fiercely critical of the government's changes to the country’s judicial system, and has not approved his detention so that he could be brought before a prosecutor.
The Pentagon has said that it cannot corroborate the information alleging that two Russian missiles have struck a location inside Poland near the Ukraine border, the Pentagon spokesman has told reporters.
Poland's general government deficit will likely be lower in 2022 than the 4.7 percent of GDP the government has assumed in the budget law for next year, the central bank's rate-setting body has said.
The government spokesperson has ruled out any plans to form a minority government in the event of the Solidary Poland party, a junior ally in the ruling coalition, trying to block Poland's deal with the European Commission on the National Recovery Plan (KPO).
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The Polish government’s anti-inflation shield will remain in place but changes will be made to it, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland’s prime minister told a press conference on Monday.
The Polish government has said it is willing to bring an end to its conflict with the European Commission over the rule of law, the government spokesman has told PAP.
The Polish government has outlined plans to improve the care system that now looks after some 70,000 foster children in Poland.
The Polish government will make sure that public finances are stable in 2023 and 2024 as the global crisis is spreading, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has pledged.