The government’s list of legislative works includes information on the draft regulation on the establishment of the Ministry of Industry. Everything indicates that the project will be adopted this quarter. The new resort will be located outside Warsaw.
On Saturday, it will be one month since the appointment of Donald Tusk’s government. Individual ministries are working, but the Ministry of Industry announced in the campaign is still not among them.
Ministry of Industry. When will it be built?
On Thursday, the government’s list of legislative and program works included information on the draft regulation of the Council of Ministers on the establishment of the Ministry of Industry. The person responsible for the project is Marzena Czarnecka, appointed head of the Ministry of Industry. The project is to be adopted by the end of March.
– The project envisages the creation of the Ministry of Industry by separating from the Ministry of State Assets, which handles the affairs of the government administration departments of state assets, communications and mineral deposits management, organizational units handling the matters of the government administration department, management of mineral deposits, and employees handling the affairs of this department – written.
It is worth emphasizing that the new ministry will be located not like other ministries in Warsaw, but in Silesia. As Business Insider Polska writes, the Silesian Voivode, Marek Wójcik, ordered a review of the State Treasury’s real estate in Katowice with a view to locating the headquarters of the Ministry of Industry there.
The creation of the Ministry of Industry based in Silesia is one of the “100 specifics for 100 days” announced by the Civic Coalition during the election campaign.
As Donald Tusk said just before the appointment of the government, locating the new ministry in Katowice “results from a deep belief that Silesia represents hopes and threats that need to be treated interdisciplinary.”
Who is Marzena Czarnecka?
The head of the Ministry of Industry, Marzena Czarnecka, is a professor and head of the Department of Energy Transformation at the University of Economics in Katowice. He is a lecturer at universities in Europe, including in Saarbrücken (Germany) and Granada (Spain) and a judge of the Disciplinary Court of the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Katowice. As Money.pl notes, Czarnecka is a lawyer with particular experience in energy and consumer rights. She led and participated in numerous international and national projects regarding energy law. She is the author and co-author of over 50 publications in this field.