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Government sworn in, briefly

Poland’s president on Monday swore in a government that is expected to last no longer than 14 days, a tactical manoeuvre that allows the conservative Law and Justice party to hang on to power a bit longer — and make more appointments to state bodies. According to the constitution, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and his Cabinet will have 14 days to face a vote of confidence in parliament, which they’re almost certain to lose.





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