Poland’s parliament rejects ruling party plan to vote on postal ballot proposal
WARSAW Polish lawmakers refused a governing Law plus Justice (PiS) party suggestion on Monday to hold a good presidential will on May 10 by blog post, making it additional uncertain whether the ballot will be held at amid this coronavirus outbreak.
PiS asserts the election should be held despite the soaring number of deaths caused by herpes. But experts accuse this of reducing public health in a very bid to compliment its fically, the incumbent Andrzej Duda, who is running first from the polls.
It has proposed replacing voting booths with nota ballots.
Parliament said 228 lawmakers in contrast including the approach in the legal agenda, and 228 have been in favour, while three abstained and another did not political election. The tied up result intended the PiS motion was initially rejected.