Armed forces under reform
26th July 2013
This week saw President Bronislaw Komorowski sign a new bill which changes the chain of command within the Polish army.
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The reforms have come in for criticism from PiS
The reforms, which were signed on Monday, focus primarily on Generals within the Polish Armed Forces and will reduce the number of army leaders. As of 2014, operational commend skills required for such roles are to be enhanced and a general headquarters is also to be built connected to the armed forces headquarters.
Mr Komorowski stated that the new bill is an example of a “difficult fate” that armies must face relating to changes in the rule of State.
“Armies are constantly changing and this is the result of new challenges, experiences and needs. An army is chan ...
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