Cabinet of Beata Szydło
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|Beata Szydło Cabinet|
17th cabinet of Poland
|Date formed||16 November 2015|
|Date dissolved||11 December 2017|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Andrzej Duda|
|Head of government||Beata Szydło|
|Deputy head of government||Mateusz Morawiecki, Piotr Gliński, Jarosław Gowin|
|Member party||Law and Justice|
|Status in legislature||Absolute majority|
|Opposition party||Civic Platform|
|Opposition leader||Grzegorz Schetyna|
|Election(s)||2015 Polish parliamentary election|
|Outgoing formation||Civic Platform|
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The Cabinet of Beata Szydło formed the previous government of Poland, until 11 December 2017. Governing during the 8th legislature of the Sejm and the 9th legislature of the Senate, it was led by Beata Szydło.
On 7 April 2017 the government survived a motion of no confidence entered by the opposition, which was rejected with 174 ayes, 238 nays and four abstentions.
Members of the Council of Ministers
- "Polish gov't survives no-confidence motion". Polskie Radio dla Zagranicy. Retrieved 2018-10-15.