The majority of Poles, irrespective of their party affiliation or political views, believe that a referendum should be held in Poland in order to amend the current abortion laws, according to a new opinion poll.
Poland condemns the “pseudo-referenda” which were held in the Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine and appeals to the international community not to recognise their results, the government spokesman has said.
The deputy speaker of the Polish parliament has rejected an idea by an MP from a ruling coalition partner, Solidary Poland, to organise a referendum on Poland's exit from the EU in 2027.
A new SW Research survey revealed that 42.6 percent of Poles back a referendum on their country’s presence in the European Union.
Poland's main opposition grouping has filed a proposal for a constitutional change that would makes it possible for the country to leave the EU only with the backing of a two-thirds majority in parliament or through a referendum.
A referendum on the right to abortion would not have any legal implications, a spokesman for the Polish government said on Tuesday.
Poland's Senate (upper house) on Wednesday rejected a motion by President Andrzej Duda to hold a national referendum on the future Constitution.
At a sitting of the National Development Council on June 12, Polish President Andrzej Duda will make public for final consultation the proposed questions for a referendum on changes to the constitution, presidential aide Paweł Mucha announced on Wednesday.