PO is the strongest
Despite earlier media reports, it is certain that Barbara Nowacka will not be the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, because Radosław Sikorski is to return to the ministry. The head of the Polish Initiative is to become the head of the Ministry of Education. The Minister for European Affairs is to be Adam Szłapka, the head of Nowoczesna and one of the leaders of KO, which was first reported by “Fakty” TVN. Sławomir Nitras from PO is to be the head of the Ministry of Sport and Tourism. And, apart from Sikorski, Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz will return to the government, this time to the Ministry of Culture, and Borys Budka, who was mentioned as the future head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, but will probably ultimately head the Ministry of State Assets.
It is not known who would take over the health ministry. Bartosz Arłukowicz, who was Minister of Health in the previous PO-PSL government, does not want to lead it. He doesn’t want to because he intends to run in the European elections. Izabela Leszczyna has been offered to take over this ministry, but she hesitates, even though it is certain that she will not be the minister of finance, which is what she was intended to do. Andrzej Domański will be responsible for finances.
It is also certain that Adam Bodnar will become the Minister of Justice. And it is also certain that the functions of the Minister of Justice and the Prosecutor General will be separated, and after the change of government, Poland will join the European Public Prosecutor’s Office. Today, all coalition parties maintain that Roman Giertych will not be the prosecutor general, and the election will be universal and transparent. As TVN reported, Tomasz Siemoniak is to become the coordinator of the secret services.-
Other coalition partners will receive less. Poland 2050 will be assigned to the Ministry of Climate and Environment, headed by Paulina Henning-Kloska, and the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy. The left will be occupied by the Ministry of Digitization, led by Krzysztof Gawkowski, and the Ministry of Family and Social Policy, led by Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk.