First Cabinet of Mateusz Morawiecki

The First Cabinet of Mateusz Morawiecki formed the previous government of Poland between 2017 and 2019, following Szydło's cabinet. Governing during the 8th legislature of the Sejm and the 9th legislature of the Senate, it was led by Mateusz Morawiecki.

First Mateusz Morawiecki Cabinet
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17th Cabinet of Poland
Uroczystość zaprzysiężenia rządu Mateusza Morawieckiego.JPG
Date formed11 December 2017
Date dissolved15 November 2019
People and organisations
Head of stateAndrzej Duda
Head of governmentMateusz Morawiecki
Deputy head of governmentBeata Szydło, Piotr Gliński, Jarosław Gowin
Member partyLaw and Justice (PiS)
Alliance (P)
United Poland (SP)
Status in legislatureAbsolute majority
Opposition partyCivic Platform
Opposition leaderGrzegorz Schetyna
History
Election(s)2015 Polish parliamentary election
PredecessorSzydło
SuccessorMorawiecki II

Members of the Council of MinistersEdit

Office Image Name Party In office
From To
Prime Minister   Mateusz Morawiecki Law and Justice 11 December 2017[1] 15 November 2019
Minister of Economic Development

Minister of Finance

11 December 2017[2] 9 January 2018[3]
Deputy Prime Minister   Piotr Gliński Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Culture and National Heritage 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Deputy Prime Minister   Jarosław Gowin Agreement 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Science and Higher Education 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Deputy Prime Minister   Beata Szydło Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 4 June 2019
Deputy Prime Minister   Jacek Sasin Law and Justice 4 June 2019 15 Novemvber 2019
Minister of Infrastructure and Construction   Andrzej Adamczyk Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of Infrastructure 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of Sport and Tourism   Witold Bańka Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Interior and Administration   Mariusz Błaszczak Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of National Defence 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of Marine Economy   Marek Gróbarczyk Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development   Krzysztof Jurgiel Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 19 June 2018[6]
Minister   Mariusz Kamiński Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Interior and Administration 14 August 2019 15 November 2019
Minister of the Council of Ministers, Chief of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister   Beata Kempa United Poland 11 December 2017[4] 4 June 2019
Chief of the Chancellery   Michał Dworczyk Law and Justice 19 December 2017 15 Novemvber 2019
Minister of the Council of Ministers   Michał Woś United Poland 4 June 2019 15 November 2019
Minister   Henryk Kowalczyk Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of Environment 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of National Defence   Antoni Macierewicz Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of Health   Konstanty Radziwiłł Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of Family, Labour and Social Policy   Elżbieta Rafalska Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 4 June 2019
  Bożena Borys-Szopa Law and Justice 4 June 2019 15 November 2019
Minister of Digital Affairs   Anna Streżyńska Independent 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
  Marek Zagórski Law and Justice 17 April 2018 15 November 2019
Minister of Environment   Jan Szyszko (PiS) Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of Energy   Krzysztof Tchórzewski Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Foreign Affairs   Witold Waszczykowski Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 9 January 2018[3]
Minister of the Council of Ministers   Elżbieta Witek Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 18 December 2017[7]
Minister of Interior and Administration 4 June 2019 9 August 2019[8]
Minister of National Education   Anna Zalewska Law and Justice 11 December 2017[4] 4 June 2019
  Dariusz Piontkowski Law and Justice 4 June 2019 15 November 2019
Minister of Justice   Zbigniew Ziobro United Poland 11 December 2017[4] 15 November 2019
Minister of Interior and Administration   Joachim Brudziński Law and Justice 9 January 2018[5] 4 June 2019[3]
Minister of Foreign Affairs   Jacek Czaputowicz Independent 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of Finance   Teresa Czerwińska Independent 9 January 2018[5] 4 June 2019
  Marian Banaś Law and Justice 4 June 2019 30 August 2019
Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology   Jadwiga Emilewicz Agreement 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of Investment and Economic Development   Jerzy Kwieciński Independent 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of Health   Łukasz Szumowski Independent 9 January 2018[5] 15 November 2019
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development   Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski Law and Justice 20 June 2018[9] 15 November 2019

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ M.P. z 2017 r. poz. 1150
  2. ^ M.P. z 2017 r. poz. 1151
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j M.P. z 2018 r. poz. 28
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w M.P. z 2017 r. poz. 1152
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i M.P. z 2018 r. poz. 29
  6. ^ M.P. z 2018 r. poz. 613
  7. ^ M.P. z 2017 r. poz. 1198
  8. ^ Nicałek, Wiktoria (2019-08-09). "Prezydent odwołał Elżbietę Witek z urzędu szefa MSWiA". PAP.pl (in Polish). Polska Agencja Prasowa.
  9. ^ M.P. z 2018 r. poz. 614