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.