Poland's ruling conservative ruling party Law and Justice in a Wednesday resolution rejected the possibility of Poland leaving the European Union after hints by prominent party members prompted the opposition to accuse PiS of drafting Polexit plans.
The vast majority of respondents to a recent poll declared they favoured Poland remaining in the European Union.
A spokesman for the Polish government has said Poland will not leave the European Union.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that the president-proposed 60 percent pay rise for parliamentarians is simply treating them as any other professional group.
The government will make changes to a disciplinary body attached to Poland’s Supreme Court that is at the centre of a legal dispute with the EU, a leading Polish official has said.
A deputy speaker of the Polish Sejm (lower house) and three government ministers survived a no-confidence motion in parliament on Wednesday night.
Poland's main opposition party Civic Platform has announced a motion for the dismissal of a deputy Sejm (lower house) speaker from the ruling Law and Justice following his critical remarks about a Belarusian opposition activist.
Poland's justice minister has hit out at the governing party Law and Justice after a senior party member said an overhaul of the judiciary had only had limited success owing to the failings of the Justice Ministry.
The mayor of Warsaw, has described the use of pepper spray by police on protestors at a recent abortion demonstration in the capital as “incomprehensible”.
Law and Justice, Poland's governing party, has prompted a two-day sitting of the Sejm, the lower house of the Polish Parliament, due to start on Wednesday, to be postponed to November 18-19 owing to the coronavirus epidemic.