Walesa proposes shortening the term of office of the Polish President through referendum
WARSAW, November 29 – RIA Novosti. Former Polish President Lech Walesa proposed shortening Andrzej Duda’s presidential term through a referendum.
The next presidential elections are planned to be held in Poland in 2025.
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“Today I propose to ask the people: Do you see what this man is doing? Do you see how patriotism is being destroyed? And if we do that, we will hasten his departure from this position, because this will harm Poland, this will harm.” Poland’s interests,” Walesa said.
On Monday, Duda swore in the government of Mateusz Morawiecki. In accordance with the constitution, the prime minister now has two weeks to deliver an opening speech to the Sejm and appeal to MPs for a vote of confidence. This period ends on December 11. The chances of Morawiecki receiving a vote of confidence for his government are extremely low, as his Law and Justice party does not have a majority in parliament.
After that, the initiative to nominate the prime minister passes to the Sejm, where the opposition has a majority and, according to prior agreement, must nominate Donald Tusk for the post of prime minister.
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