The Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, has voted down a resolution by the Senate, the upper house, scrapping a government bill on the formation of a special commission to investigate Russian influences in Poland's previous governments.
Poland's opposition parties and local government representatives on Tuesday signed a joint declaration on the revival of the Senate pact on non-rivalry in next year's elections to the upper house.
The Sejm, the lower house of Poland's parliament, has rejected all of the amendments introduced by the Senate to a Supreme Court bill, a regulation prepared in order to increase Poland's chances of getting its long-awaited EU post-pandemic recovery funds.
The Senate, the upper house of the Polish parliament, on Tuesday evening passed a new law regulating the work of Poland's Supreme Court with 14 amendments.
Poland's EU minister has warned senators that they risk torpedoing Poland's chances of accessing an EU post-pandemic fund if they submit amendments to a new law on the Polish Supreme Court designed to unblock the funding,
The Sejm, the lower house of Polish parliament, has voted against the Senate's resolution to scrap the entire bill extending the term of office of local governments by several months to avoid an election clash next autumn.
The Polish Senate's website came under multi-directional hacker attack on Thursday morning, including from the Russian Federation, a day after the Senate branded Russia a terrorist regime.
Poland's Senate adopted a resolution on Wednesday declaring the Russian Federation a terrorist regime and calling on the international community to support the International Criminal Court in investigating people responsible for war crimes in Ukraine.
Satisfaction with the work of the Sejm, the Polish parliament’s lower house, has a fallen to one of its lowest levels this year, a new poll has found.
The chairman of the Supreme Council of Ukraine has expressed his gratitude to Poland and the Polish people for "everything they have been doing for Ukraine."