The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party together with coalition parties Solidary Poland and the Republicans, could count on 32 percent of the vote if elections were held on Sunday, according to a new poll.
Poland's governing United Right coalition has retained its top spot in a recent poll with 34 percent backing after losing one of its coalition partners, the Agreement party.
Poland’s justice minister maintains that the Polish constitution has primacy over EU law despite a ruling by the EU’s top court which said that national courts may not apply local regulations that are in conflict with EU law.
Poland’s prime minister has admitted that friction developed between Law and Justice, the dominant force in Poland’s United Right governing coalition, and its two junior allies over planned large-scale economic and healthcare reforms.
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.
An MP from Solidary Poland, a junior member of the governing United Right coalition, said on Friday that his party’s would vote against the ratification of the National Recovery Plan.
Solidary Poland, a junior member of the ruling United Right coalition, warned on Tuesday that launching the plan needed to access the EU's Recovery Fund, may threaten Poland's sovereignty in the future.
The leader of a more liberal junior partner in Poland's ruling bloc has said that an early election would be the only alternative to the United Right government.
Poland’s ruling right-wing coalition has come under new pressure after the prime minister sacked a senior member of a junior party from his ministerial post.
Politicians of the junior ruling coalition party Solidary Poland (Solidarna Polska) have said in a communique sent to PAP that they oppose the dismissal of party member Janusz Kowalski as deputy minister of state assets, arguing that it breaches a coalition deal.