Sejm (lower house) Speaker Elzbieta Witek is expected to announce the date of the presidential election in early 2020.
The Polish Supreme Court's Extraordinary Control and Public Affairs Chamber recognised the election results of October 13 as valid on Monday.
Following the UK Conservative Party’s landslide victory, PM Morawiecki told triumphant Boris that “from the perspective of Poland and the European Union it is important in the sense that it will bring stability to the political scene in Great Britain.”
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a press conference in Brussels on Friday that the political situation in Great Britain has "clarified" and that unfortunately it will come to Brexit.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday that the victory of the Conservative Party in Great Britain was important from the point of view of Poland and the EU since it will stabilise the political scene in the country.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday, before the last sitting of the government, that the last four years in Poland were a battle for historical truth, a stronger economy and fairer tax system.
Incumbent ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) and its junior partners won Sunday's parliamentary election and secured a ruling majority in the lower house of parliament, the State Electoral Commission (PKW) said Monday evening announcing the official results of the vote.
The composition of the new government will be announced in two or three weeks, government spokesperson Piotr Muller told reporters on Monday.
Press from around the world have been reporting on Sunday's elections in Poland to the Sejm (lower house of parliament) and Senate, which exit polls suggest was won comfortably by the incumbent Law and Justice (PiS) party.
Poland's ruling coalition United Right, led by the conservative but socially-oriented Law and Justice party (PiS), received 43.6 percent of the vote in Sunday's parliamentary elections, an Ipsos exit poll for public and private TV stations showed.