Mateusz Morawiecki ultraconservative candidate for prime minister of the party governing Poland since 2015, He lost the vote of confidence this Monday which he faced in Parliament.
It activates the so-called second step of the constitution, where a group of at least 46 representatives can present a new candidate for prime minister. Thus opens the door to Government investment coalition led by Donald Tusk and composed of a liberal alliance in the center, the agency reports Eph.
The candidacy of Morawiecki, who presented a government program in Parliament this morning doomed to fail due to unnecessary majority rejected by 266 votes against and supported by only 190 deputies.
(The vote to approve the candidacy of Donald Tusk as the next chief executive is scheduled for today)
Only members of Morawiecki’s own party and Ultranationalists in the confederation raised questions after Morawiecki’s intervention, while other representatives refrains from responding from the rostrum to shorten the duration of the session as much as possible.
Thus, the political deadlock in which Poland found itself was not blocked. since the election on October 15in which Morawiecki’s party obtained a simple majority and led a functioning Government with numbered days, given the absolute majority that was in the opposition alliance.
A change of power that ended a Eurosceptic and ultra-conservative era that lasted for two terms was followed with great interest across the country. The session was broadcast live in Warsaw in Parliament in a cinema attended by hundreds of spectators.
The vote to approve the candidacy of Donald Tusk as the next head of the Executive is scheduled to take place today, which will happen. another vote tomorrow in the form of a motion of confidence which, if passed, will lead to his inauguration before the president of the country, Andrzej Duda on Wednesday.