President Andrzej Duda announced that he would submit an amendment to the act on the commission for examining Russian influence, the so-called Lex Tusk, to the Sejm. Four days earlier, the president had signed the bill into law. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the president’s proposal was “hard for him to assess”. When asked if he knew about the amendment, he replied that he did not. Borys Budka, the head of the KO club, stated that “the president behaves like a scolded student who has failed the exam and begs everyone to be able to make the correction, but it is much too late for the correction.” Szymon Hołownia, the leader of Poland 2050, wrote that the president “applied the right of veto to his own signature”.