At night from Wednesday to Thursday, the Sejm rejected the opposition requests for the dismiss of the deputy speaker of the Sejm Ryszard Terecki (PiS) and three ministers: Mariusz Kamiński - the head of the Ministry of Interiority, Jacek Sasin - the head of state assets and Michał Dworczyk - the head of prime minister's office.
"This is very good information. A stable parliamentary majority was visible in the Sejm. (There is) a stable majority of the United Right, we will continue for the next two years, subsequent bills of laws, implement the Polish Deal - this is the most important priority," said the government's spokesman in the Sejm after votes were completed.
Addressing the opposition, he appealed they did not disturb parliamentary work while leaving the epidemic of coronavirus - with all its economic effects.
"This is an opposition law to attack for all actions that the government did, but the most important thing is that there is a parliamentary majority that provides the stable functioning of the government and the possibility of performing acts," emphasized Müller.
Source: Poland Daily