On Monday, December 11, at 3 p.m., the Sejm will vote on a vote of confidence in Mateusz Morawiecki’s government, and just five hours later, Donald Tusk may be elected prime minister – according to the Sejm schedule published on Tuesday evening.
This week, the Sejm will deliberate on Wednesday and Thursday, and then on Monday and Tuesday, December 11 and 12.
According to the Sejm work schedule published on Tuesday evening, December 11 at 10 a.m the Prime Minister will present a program of action for the Council of Ministers with a request for a vote of confidence.
“10-minute statements on behalf of the clubs and a 5-minute statement on behalf of the group” were then planned.
This point in the schedule takes a total of five hours. At 15 o’clock five minutes are allotted for vote on a vote of confidence.
Then there will be a one-and-a-half-hour break, during which it will be possible to “submit candidacies for the Prime Minister.” “The date is set by the Marshal of the Sejm, after seeking the opinion of the Council of Seniors,” we read on the Sejm website.
At. 16.30 parliamentarians will proceed to the planned one until 20 agenda item “Election of the Prime Minister”.
Per hour 20. five minutes are allocated for voting on the matter choice, and until On the 21st, a time was set for possible parliamentary statements.
On Tuesday December 12 The Sejm will meet again. At. 9 “the Prime Minister will present an action program and the composition of the Council of Ministers together with a proposal to elect the Council of Ministers.”
This agenda item, including “10-minute statements on behalf of the clubs and a 5-minute statement on behalf of the group”, is scheduled for 3 p.m.
From 15. to 15.15 are to take place voting on the composition of the new governmentand then there will be possible parliamentary statements.
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