When asked whether Morawiecki would remain as prime minister if PiS won the next elections, Kaczyński said: "If we win, I believe it rarely happens that someone changes a victorious prime minister."
Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, has said in an interview with the polskatimes.pl website that Mateusz Morawiecki will remain as prime minister.
Kaczyński was asked by the website whether Morawiecki would remain in office until the elections, and he replied: “Yes, of course. Mateusz Morawiecki will remain in the post of prime minister.”
When asked whether Morawiecki would remain as prime minister if PiS won the next elections, Kaczyński said: “If we win, I believe it rarely happens that someone changes a victorious prime minister.”
Kaczyński commented on media reports about a group of leading PiS MPs who were reported to be plotting against Morawiecki, calling for his removal.
“The situation looks like this; that if such a group had such an aim, it would have to have another dismissal in its sights. That means me,” Kaczyński said. “Due to the fact that to date it has been that without my consent the prime minister cannot be dismissed. Simply put – there is no consent. These are inventions.”
“However a certain group is meeting, it is on my initiative, but it is meeting with the prime minister,” Kaczyński continued. “These are so-called meetings of advisors, a group of several dozen people,” he added.
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