regime, is continuing Cte efforts to convince the populace that it ia open to change, ana silling te make state institutions more insef anient of the forty and mors democratic. fkatm
Polish Prealer Pir.kowski yesterday annoanced aof his cabinet chat included the return fromexile in 3ern of Jozef Tejchma as Minister of Culture; he isiberal and had been dropped as Minister of Culcure by fo.-aer Party chief Gierek. Pinkowsxi's reason for shifting Interior Minister Kowalczyk to Deputy Premier is less clear. Kowalczykardliner tha Premier may have wanted removedey administrative position; ho does, however, have some background in economic policy that Finkowski nay want to tap.
The Polish parliament yesterday resured responsi-oility for the Supreae Chamber ofupposedly independent organization that monitors theof policy and fights corruption. The Chamber had been subordinate to the parliament until the, when former Prenier Jaroszewicz arranged to make it accountable to the Council of Ministers. Jaroszewicz was reportedly concerned that Lt might investigate him or members of his family. OP
The Chamber of Control will presumably move quickly against certain members of the previousajor theme at the central committoo meeting this past weekend was the need to purge corrupt officials and to restore power to "democratic Institutions." The reappointed head of the Chasber, Mieczyslaw Moczar, has Longolitical opponent of.'farmer party leader Gierek, who removed hip froa his high-level party positions in
Moczar's reappointment, however, does nota substantial political comeback. has not been reappointed to tho party's highest bodies, and he is distrusted by the Sovietstaunch nationalist.
The party, meanwhile, hai continued ita internal debates. At least six provincial party organizations yesterday discussed the current situation and "problems-connected with preparing for the extraordinary party conyiess. Tho Polish news agency reported that there were many "bitter, critical, and self-critical" remarks during the neetings. Tlie party also removed another provincial first secretary, this time ln TorUn. He becamo the third such loader removed since Kania replaced :nierek as party chief. 4as9
and the free trade unionistsquestion of the Church's gaining greaterof tho provisions of thc strike hat the roqime has honored at least in ofeeting are unknown, but its sym-wiil not be lost on the public or the regime. $M0
Polish Finance Minister Krzak is schoduled to sign thtt million balance-of-payments loan wi-r. aof west German banks today. Warsaw has asked 3onn for additional aid0 million credit for semifinished2 million credit forar.d_ postponement of payments onredits. 4mm*
likely to dolTver .little if any of the food it promised to Poland as poststrike aid, Bucharest reportedly is reneging because of its fears of civil unrest in Ronania.