As soon as any government appoints a Czar, you know that they know bad things are going to happen.
* The person has little actual power
* They are allocated minimal resources
* Decisions come from the people above
* Blame falls upon the Czar's shoulders
* Appointing a Czar makes it look like you're doing something, even though you don't actually have to know what you're doing
* Almost inevitably the Czar resigns or is fired later for being ineffective - because they were never actually there to do anything or even empowered to do anything
When you see a Czar being appointed you should immediately think, "they know the outcome here has a high probability of being very damaging politically, likely because they either don't have the answers and they know it, or the answers they have point to a very unpopular outcome".
That's not being cynical, it's just reality.