Times of Israel highlighted it already on December 8: Poland has a new prime minister, ex-banker and of Jewish origins:
Yesterday they were more precise and gave the true reasons for their placement:
“Szydlo was popular among Poles, but the country’s image abroad has suffered the result of the conservative government’s refusal to accept migrants, pursuit of logging in a virgin forest and more assertive stance towards Germany.”
[Mateusz Morawiecki and Beata Szydlo at the ceremony of the handing over of responsibilities, on December 8 of this. The expression of the former prime minister’s face is eloquent: the coup of the state, made from outside.]
That is to say, the pressure against Poland in the direction of the demolition and harassment of its identity is carried out, as much as it can be done for the moment. And in the direction of forcing the reception of “refugees”. For the same reasons as those applied in other European countries.
Beata Szydlo, with her husband in the priestly ordination of her son, on May 29, 2017. Her son serves in the SPX Fraternity and celebrates only the traditional Mass (in Latin, of course).
Everything is clear.