Polish Deputy Prime Minister Govin announced his resignation
Xinhua News Agency, Warsaw, April 6th (Reporter Zhang Zhang) Deputy Prime Minister of Poland and Minister of Science and Higher Education Jaroslaw Govin announced his resignation on the 6th.
Govin said at a news conference that he could not reach agreement with the ruling coalition ’s main parties, the Law and Justice Party, on the timing and manner of the presidential election, so he chose to resign from his current position, but the agreement party he leads will remain Ruling coalition.
The Polish presidential election was originally scheduled for May 10 this year. On March 16, the Polish Prime Minister Moravitsky said that although the rapid development of the Polish epidemic caused the suspension of the election campaign, the government has no plan to postpone the presidential election. The Law and Justice Party proposed to hold elections by mail ballots, but Govin and opposition parties opposed it.