Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński, in an interview with Gazeta Polska, did not rule out the possibility of events that would shorten the parliamentary term. “But to be clear, I don't expect early elections. I just don't rule that out,” he stressed.
"We are determined to complete this term as a governing formation," Mr Kaczyński emphasised. However, he pointed out that one always has to be prepared for some perturbations within any coalition.
“But even if a few votes were dropped, I think there would be new ones. Therefore, our goal - elections within the constitutional deadline in 2023 and the next term - is achievable," Jarosław Kaczyński stressed.