Polish Sejm to debate constructive no confidence motion in Tusk’s government

A motion to hold a constructive vote of no-confidence in the Donald Tusk government was tabled on February 11 by the main opposition Law and Justice (PiS) and will be high on the agenda of a three-day Sejm session starting on March 6.

Debate on the motion is scheduled for March 7 and a vote is due on March 8.

PiS says the government is failing to deal with the country’s most important problems. “No social problems are being tackled. Unemployment is on the rise, Poles are leaving their country and our public finances are in crisis”, PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said of Tusk’s government.

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