Poland's Prime minister Beata Szydlo speaks during his press conference after European Union Summit of 27 Heads of State or Government in Bratislava, Slovakia on September 16, 2016. AFP / VLADIMIR SIMICEK
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Prime Minister Beata Szydlo told Polish state Radio 1 the changes were needed because her ruling Law and Justice party vowed to bring a new quality into politics and to protect the interests of ordinary people.Szydlo said some ministers have failed to bring vital changes to their sectors.Last week, Szydlo fired Treasury Minister Dawid Jackiewicz, saying he fulfilled his role of phasing out the ministry that is to be closed this year.Observers stress that party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski is its actual policy maker, pulling the strings, and suggest that Szydlo herself may one day be replaced.
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