Andrzej Costowniak has been a member of parliament since 2015. Costowniak is the co-owner of a house with an area of approximately 170 square meters, which he valued at PLN 500,000. zlotys. It also has plots with an area of 1,181 square meters and a value of approx. PLN 150,000. zlotys. Apparently he also likes old cars.
The portfolio of Minister of Finance in the new government formed by Mateusz Morawiecki was taken by Andrzej Kolorowniak, an MP from Law and Justice. He replaced Magdalena Rzeczkowska, who left the government.
Andrzej Kolorowniak, the new Minister of Finance. What is his fortune?
He was the president of Radom twice: he held the position from 2006 to 2014. He was not elected for another term, so in 2015 he ran in the parliamentary elections. He has been a member of the Sejm since 2015.
Costowniak’s declaration, reported by echodnia.eu (the MP’s latest declarations are missing on the parliamentary website), shows that the MP has savings of approximately PLN 145,000. PLN and 5 thousand Swiss francs. In 2023 he received aboutk. 117.18 thousand PLN for parliamentary emoluments and approx. PLN 30.45 thousand PLN – parliamentary allowance. He is also an academic teacher – 17.5 thousand. he received PLN for conducting classes at UTH Radom.
Costowniak is the co-owner of a house with an area of approximately 170 square meters, which he valued at PLN 500,000. zlotys. It also has plots with an area of 1,181 square meters and a value of approx. PLN 150,000. PLN, as well as with an area of 564 sq m and a value of approx. PLN 30,000. zlotys. The new minister is also the co-owner of a plot of land with an area of 1,258 square meters and a value of approx. PLN 130,000. PLN and an agricultural farm (1.02 ha) estimated at PLN 15,000. zlotys.
In his declaration of assets, the new minister also indicated three cars: an Audi A4 from 2012, a Mercedes 129 from 1992, and a Honda Civic from 2007, of which he is a co-owner.
Kosztownak will not have a chance to prove himself as a minister, because there is no indication that Mateusz Morawiecki’s government will receive a vote of confidence in parliament.
Although Law and Justice received the greatest support in the elections, it does not have a majority in the Sejm, which means that the new government of Mateusz Morawiecki has little chance of obtaining a vote of confidence. Morawiecki himself admitted on Friday in an interview for Salon24 that he estimated the chances of success of his mission at only 10 percent. However, this does not prevent him from building the composition of his third government, which is quite a difficult mission, because few people want to have on their CV a position in the shortest-functioning cabinet in the 21st century.
The only minister who remained in his position is the head of the Ministry of National Defense, Mariusz Błaszczak. Minister Marlena Maląg also remained in the government, but she replaced the Ministry of Family with the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy.