Mateusz Morawiecki: an unconventional 'Polish Dreamer'

Mateusz Morawiecki, the son of an anti-communist dissident who became a successful banker and later Poland's finance minister, made a name for himself by taking on tax evasion and bolstering the welfare state.Those moves have paved his way for his right wing Law and Justice (PiS) party to propose him as prime minister on Thursday, replacing Beata Szydlo as the government focuses on the economy in the second half of its four-year term.At 49, the youthful-looking Morawiecki is lauded by many for giving poorer Poles a hand up, but critics...

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By: France 24 - Thursday, 7 December

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