“Gazeta Wyborcza” traced the links of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, drawing a network of colleagues and trusted people, thanks to whom he cemented his position.
Because, as the daily notes, Morawiecki is the second, after Donald Tusk, a Polish politician with the longest running head of government.
According to the newspaper, the people of the Prime Minister occupy important positions in fuel companies, such as PGNiG Termika, Grupa Lotos and Lotos Asfalt, in the insurance industry – for example in PZU or state transport companies such as LOT, Central Communication Port, PKP or intercity PKP.
They work in such larger interests as KGHM, PKN Orlen and the Polish Development Fund – “Wyborcza” lists.
As “Wyborcza” mentions, he is an old friend since his youth and the Prime Minister’s participation in “Fighting Solidarity” set up by his father, Kornel Morawiecki.
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In turn, since Morawiecki was president of Zachodni Bank, contacts such as the current head of LOT and the Polish aviation group Pawe Milczarski, or today’s PKO BP Vice President Piotr Mazur and members of the board of directors of PKN Orlen will come: Patricia Clarica and Armen Artwich, who is also a member of the supervisory board, will come. ON PLL LOT.
Morawiecki, who entered politics, did not have today’s vice president of PKO BP, Piotr Mazur, and members of the PKN Orlen board of directors: Patrycja Klarecka and Armen Artwich, who also sits on the supervisory board of Polish LOT.
The daily reached a full list of people sitting on supervisory boards and boards of directors of state-owned companies associated with the prime minister, in parts previously revealed by Radio Zeit.
The names are not disclosed on it, but it includes about 170 people in different companies. The main ones are Grupa Azoty, Lotos Paliwa, PZU, Warsaw Stock Exchange and PKN Orlen.
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