Donald Tusk Becomes Poland’s New Prime Minister

Donald Tusk Becomes Poland’s New Prime Minister

End of Right-Wing Populist Rule

Poland’s president swore in Donald Tusk as the new prime minister, marking the end of eight years of right-wing populist rule.

New Administration Takes Office

The ministers of the new administration were sworn in by the conservative head of state, who was allied with the previous government.

Restoring Poland’s Position in the EU

Tusk, who previously served as prime minister, has promised to improve Poland’s relationship with the European Union after disagreements strained ties with Brussels.

Support for Ukraine

Tusk’s government will prioritize assisting war-torn Ukraine.

Tusk’s Cabinet

Tusk’s cabinet includes Radoslaw Sikorski as foreign minister and former ombudsman Adam Bodnar as justice minister.

Power Shift in Government

The PiS party won the most seats in the recent election but failed to form a coalition. Tusk’s Civic Coalition, along with two smaller pro-EU opposition groups, allied to remove PiS from power.

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Challenges Ahead

The new government will face ongoing challenges from PiS lawmakers, who still have allies in key positions of power.

President’s Role

Polish President Andrzej Duda, who will remain in office until 2025, could use his veto power to block legislation.

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