Jarosław Kaczyński gave an interview to the Polish Press Agency, in which he talked about the planned reconstruction of the government. The politician said the number of ministries would be significantly reduced, making it easier to run as a whole. He also talked about the possible date of the changes.
– Government reconstruction will take place in September or at the latest in early October […] The plan envisages reducing the number of ministries to 12. […] I hope that the coalition agreement negotiations under the United Right will be successful next month, the President of Law and Justice told PAP.
Reconstruction of the government. Mateusz Morawiecki will remain prime minister
The current government consists of 20 ministries. It is the most extensive Council of Ministers since 1989. Ever since United Right politicians talk about the government reconstruction, the media has been speculating about the changes under consideration. It is said, inter alia, about the creation of the so-called a super ministry, which would be created from the merger of four ministries: national education, science and higher education, culture and national heritage, and sport. According to media reports, it is to be headed by Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Gliński. In the second half of July, Jarosław Kaczyński announced that the reconstruction would not take over the office of prime minister, and that Mateusz Morawiecki would continue to lead the “lean” government.