Poland's opposition has filed a no-confidence motion against the defence minister in connection with the entry of a Russian missile into Polish airspace last December.
MPs from the main opposition party Civic Platform (PO) have said they will notify the prosecutor's office about possible neglect of duty by the Polish prime minister as regards his alleged failure to inform the public about the wreckage of a Russian missile found in north-central Poland.
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The National Bank of Poland (NBP) on Thursday informed PAP that it plans to notify prosecutor of suspected crime committed by Donald Tusk and Tomasz Siemoniak of the oppositionist Civic Platform (PO).
Adam Glapiński, the head of the National Bank of Poland (NBP), has said the bank will seek to hold a prominent opposition politician legally liable for comments he made about him.
Politicians from all parties see eye to eye about Poland's security, Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, said after a National Security Council (RBN) meeting on Monday.
Three politicians from the main opposition Civic Platform party said on Friday that they saw no reason to support the introduction of a state of emergency in the border areas with Belarus.
Opposition politicians have attacked the government’s new alliance with Viktor Orban and Matteo Salvini, claiming it is against Poland’s national interests.
All Poland's opposition caucuses have stated their readiness to pool forces with the government in the battle against the spreading coronavirus, prime ministerial aide Michał Dworczyk said after the PM's Thursday talks with the opposition.