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The Polish House of Representatives rejected the case of no confidence in Deputy Prime Minister Kaczynski

The Polish House of Representatives rejected the case of no confidence in Deputy Prime Minister Kaczynski

December 9, local time, the Polish House of Representatives rejected the case of no confidence in the opposition party alliance “Citizens League” against Deputy Prime Minister Kaczynski. 

The result of the voting was 233 votes against, 216 votes in favor, and 1 abstention. Another 10 members did not vote, and Kaczynski himself abstained.

The opposition party filed a vote of no confidence in the House of Representatives in November, on the grounds that in the recent demonstrations, the government used police, tear gas and detained protesters.

The Deputy Prime Minister Kaczynski, who is in charge of national security affairs, did not complete his mission. . 

Kaczynski is the chairman of Poland’s ruling party, the Law and Justice Party, and served as deputy prime minister in the government reorganization at the end of September.

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