Poland’s new government appointed by President Duda

The new cabinet of Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło from conservative Law and Justice (PiS) was sworn-in on November 16 by President Andrzej Duda, also hailing from PiS.

PM Szydlo, who was officially nominated by the President on Friday,
is scheduled to present her expose and seek a vote of confidence on Wednesday.

PiS won a decisive victory in Poland’s Oct. 25 parliamentary election, winning 37.58 per cent of the vote, well ahead of the ruling centre-right Civic Platform (PO) with 24.09 per cent.

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(Photo of Beata Szydło: wybierzpis.org.pl)