Appointment of the new Government Spokesperson

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki appointed the new Government Spokesperson – the Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, Piotr Müller.


A lawyer and a graduate of the University of Warsaw. A deputy to the Polish Sejm since 2018. Born on 2 May 1989 in Słupsk.

Served as an advisor at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from November 2015 to April 2017. In February 2017, he was appointed to the legislative team preparing a draft of the new Law on Higher Education and Science. Since April 2017, he has been the director of the Bureau of the Minister in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, whose scope of responsibilities includes the Ministry’s communication policy, carrying out the tasks related to cooperation with the Sejm and the Senate of the Republic of Poland and coordinating actions of the Minister’s advisory bodies.

Since 15 January 2018, he has been the Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education as Undersecretary of State and since 7 January 2019 – as Secretary of State. In the meantime, he was a member of the Permanent Committee of the Council of Ministers and the Social Committee of the Council of Ministers.

A former expert of the Polish Accreditation Committee and a member of its Presidium (2013–2014). In 2010–2014, he was a member of the Senate of the University of Warsaw, where he served in the Committee of Legal and Statutory Affairs and in the Committee of Finance.

In 2012–2016, he served as a member of the Management Board of the University of Warsaw Foundation. In the past, he was also a member of the Council of Foundation for Education Quality, a member of the Commission for Student Loans and Credits, a member of the Disciplinary Commission for academic teachers at the General Council of Science and Higher Education and a member of the Program Council of the Open Center and Multimedia Education of the University of Warsaw.

During his studies, he held a two-year term as the Chairman of the Board of University of Warsaw Students Union. Then, he was elected by representatives of student governments of Polish universities to the position of President of the Students Parliament of the Republic of Poland – an organisation that is a statutory representative of all students in the country.


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