MEPs will hear information from the President of the Supreme Audit Office, Marian Banas, on the envelope elections. The request to supplement the agenda with this was submitted in August by the club of the Civic Coalition. There were 228 deputies in favor of completing the order, 226 were against. The information is also to be presented by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on the National Reconstruction Plan and the Minister of Health on the vaccination program.
On Wednesday, deputies will hear three pieces of information that were put on the agenda at the request of the opposition, with the ruling coalition opposing it.
According to the schedule, the first will be the information from the President of the Supreme Audit Office, Marian Banas, about the activities of public institutions related to the organization of the presidential elections ordered on May 10, 2020. The envelope elections did not finally take place, on the basis of a special act, the elections were called on June 28, and the second round took place on July 12.
President of the NIK on envelope elections
A request to supplement the agenda with information on “irregularities detected by the Supreme Audit Office in activities undertaken by public bodies and institutions” in connection with the organization or preparation of the May elections was submitted in August by the Civic Coalition club. There were 228 deputies in favor of completing the order, 226 were against.
Vaccinations and the National Reconstruction Plan
The second piece of information to be presented in the Sejm on Wednesday is the speech of the Minister of Health, Adam Niedzielski, on the organization of the National Vaccine Program “with an increased number of vaccine deliveries and information on disposed doses”.
The third is the information from Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on the final wording of the National Reconstruction Plan in the version taking into account public consultations and conclusions of the European Commission.
The National Reconstruction Plan is to be the basis for Poland to use additional funds from the European Union under the Reconstruction Fund to combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the economy. The KPO has to be prepared by each member state and sent to the European Commission. From the Reconstruction Fund, Poland will have around EUR 58 billion at its disposal.
The meeting will start at 9 o’clock.
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