248 deputies of the Polish Sejm voted for the appointment of Tusk to the post of Prime Minister of Poland, and 201 deputies voted against.
On Monday, December 11, the Polish government elected parliamentary majority leader Donald Tusk as prime minister, PAP wrote.
It was reported that 248 deputies of the Polish Sejm voted for appointing Tusk to the post of Prime Minister of Poland, 201 deputies voted against, and no one abstained.
It was previously reported that the Polish government, led by Mateusz Morawiecki, did not receive a vote of confidence in the lower house of the Polish Sejm. Only 190 deputies of the pro-government party voted to give the current government a vote of confidence Law and Justice (PiS). 266 representatives from other parties opposed it.
Three days ago, Donald Tusk presented the composition of the future Polish government.
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