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In the government, there are almost 20 state secretaries less than in February. Some of them went to lucrative positions in state treasury companies or in central offices.
Jarosław Pinkas was sent from the Chancellery of the Prime Minister to the position of Chief Hygienic Inspector
, Fig. Anatol Chomicz / FORUM
– It will be less – Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced in Poznan at the end of February. – We will show the slimmer, more economical and less bureaucratic government structure – explained the politician. It was the answer, among other things, to the publication of the "Fakt" newspaper, which warned two weeks ago that the Polish government already has 100 deputies and that we are record holders in Europe in this respect.
Following this announcement in March, more than 20 state secretaries and state prosecutors have farewell to their functions. In the coming months, several others have gone. New Deputy Ministers (including the Ministry of Agriculture after the resignation of Minister Krzysztof Jurgiel in June) were also appointed. Now we have 81 secretaries and state secretaries in the ministries and the presidium of the government.
We have checked what those who have left positions have done. Four of them gained seats in the board of directors of Treasury companies. Last week, former Labor Minister Bartosz Marczuk took over the post of the Polish Development Fund. In October, Sebastian Chwałek became Vice President of the Polish Arms Group, leaving the Ministry of National Defense, and Witold Słowik, formerly a member of the Ministry for Investment and Development, was appointed president a month ago.
Six Ministers have management functions at central offices. For example, Jarosław Pinkas was sent from the Chancellery of the Prime Minister to the position of Chief Hygienic Inspector Andrzej Szwady Lewandowski from the Ministry of Environment to the headquarters of the Director General for Environmental Protection and Tomasz Żuchovski turned the Ministry of Infrastructure to the General Directorate of National Roads and Motorways.
Six ministers are still working in the administration. Rafael Bochenek is no longer in the Prime Minister's office, but is an envoy for the Environment Minister for COP24.
At the Ministry of Sport and Tourism came an unusual mask. On March 21, Dariusz Rogowski ceased to be the Deputy Minister to take over as Chief Executive Officer in May … MSiT. He replaced Alicji Omięek, who became PL.2012 + president, running the National Stadium, and replaced the chairman of Jakub Opar, who left for the board of directors Orlen Paliwa.
Eight former Deputy Ministers may be more focused on law-making – still acting as deputies and senators.
On the other hand, former Deputy Minister of Health Piotr Gryza proposes on his website advice on issues related to construction, settlement rules and the operation of the hospital network system. Krzysztof Szubert from the Ministry of Digitization then went to an international consulting company.
Dziennik Gazeta Prawna
Source of information: Dziennik Gazeta Prawna