The results of a new CBOS survey indicate that a month after the October 15 election, 29 percent of the polled would vote for the socially-conservative Law and Justice, 24 percent for centrist Civic Coalition and 13 percent for centre-right Third Way.
The outgoing ruling party, the socially-conservative Law and Justice (PiS), must select a different candidate for a deputy speaker of the lower house of parliament as Elzbieta Witek is unacceptable due to her track record, a New Left leader has said.
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Malgorzata Kidawa-Blonska of the Civic Coalition (KO) opposition party has been elected speaker of the new Senate, upper house of Polish parliament.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has called on the Senate during an inaugural sitting of the upper house of parliament to be co-responsible for the condition of Poland.
Civic Coalition (KO), the largest opposition grouping, won the most seats in the Senate, the upper house of the Polish parliament, in Poland’s general election, helping put opposition parties well in control of the house.
Andrzej Duda, Poland's president, has said all elections are a test of how democratically mature a society is, and thanked all Poles who voted in Sunday's elections to parliament and the Senate.
Poland's Senate, the upper house of parliament, has stated that the purchase of the Israeli-made Pegasus software was illegal and that Poland's current legal system does not ensure effective control over special law-enforcement services.
President Andrzej Duda has announced he has signed a decision to order parliamentary elections for October 15 this year.
The Senate, upper house, on Friday, rejected legislation amending referendum laws so that referenda can be held concurrently with parliamentary, presidential and European Parliament elections.
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