After Przemyslaw Czarnik, the new Minister of Science and Higher Education received two cultural institutions. Both have been placed under liquidation. The announcement stated that the reason for the liquidation was “the high operating costs of the institute that are disproportionate to the intended effects.” As well as the fact that its tasks can be successfully performed by other institutions that have existed for a long time.
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The Czarnik Institute in Zamosc will be liquidated
The changes in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education are the result of an inspection of all ministries, which he announced even before he was sworn in. Donald Tusk. As she said “Gazeta Wyborcza“The new Minister of Education, Dariusz Wieczorek, liquidated two of his cultural institutions: the Jan and Piotr Kochanowski Institute for Renaissance and Baroque Research and the GovTech Centre.
– I assume that they were registered as cultural institutions in order to quickly establish them and make their liquidation more difficult – the Minister of Science told “Vyborca”. He added that he did not see a need for cultural institutions in the Ministry of Science.
In the same vein Katarzyna Lobenauer spoke after the founding of the instituteWhich stated that: “Minister Czarnik could stop creating more institutes that will soon have to be liquidated.”
Let us remind you that the Kochanovsky Institute Przemyslaw Czarnik He was not appointed until after the November 3 elections. Its mission was to “promote the cultural heritage of the First Polish Republic” and “support studies on ancient Polish culture.”
Will the institutions inherited from the Law and Justice Party disappear?
The institute was actually created as a base Zamosc AcademyWhich replaced Warsaw State University two years ago. Simon Simonovich. This academy became famous in the media, mainly due to the statement of its president, who called for “consolidating feminine virtues in women.”
As stated in the advertisement Darius WieczorekAnd the institutes “inherited” from Charnek It was expensive In performance. According to GW, the institute received PLN 200,000 during the last two months of 2023. PLN. But according to Onet, it was planned to spend 5 million Polish zlotys on it in 2024. Under the law, the liquidation process of the cultural institution may take six months. The Minister recommended the heads of these units not to make any financial decisions at the present time. There is still the problem of the Copernicus Academy, which Czarnik said constitutes “an elite for Poland, Europe and the world” and will provide “a new dimension of cooperation between the most prominent representatives of the world of science.” The new minister does not agree to this, but the Copernican Academy was established by law. For this reason, the president will have to agree to its dissolution.
Let us remind you that “100 privacy” includes the liquidation of up to 17 entities, such as the National Fund, the National Freedom Institute, or the Republic Institute.
In an interview with naTemat, Przemyslaw Czarnik Politics Civic Platform MP Kinga Gajewska commented critically. As I mentioned, the actions of the Minister of Education should be considered by the Attorney General's Office.
– She said: – I can't wait for Minister Czarnik to leave, even though in the end he gives us a hard time by announcing different competitions. Anna Dryjanska.
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