Moments later, on Tuesday, 20 lawmakers rejected Lex Kaczynski in the House of Representatives. 253 deputies voted against the bill, and 152 against it. 37 members abstained from voting. Some politicians from the ruling party did not vote at all.

“Marshal Wittek announced the vote at 20:07, after 20:09,” wrote the journalist for the weekly Wprost, Kacper. “Minister Camille Bortenzok voted – according to House websites. He was with Danuta Holika at the time.” Świsłowski.

“If you see it right, at 20:07 Minister Lex Kaczyński sounded during the programme,” – added the journalist.

This remark was immediately made by the Minister of Sports himself. “I have split attention :)” – soon commented Bortniczuk.

Wprost magazine asked the minister if he had voted remotely during the programme. “Yes, if there are such opportunities, why shouldn’t I take advantage of them?” Bortniczuk replied with a short message.

“Lex Kaczyński” collapsed in the House. Representatives against

The bill was submitted to the House of Representatives On Thursday, January 27, a group of PiS Representatives, Representative Bowie Richlake, was commissioned to represent the applicants.. The new provisions were to replace the bill called “Lex Hawk”, whose procedures began in mid-December.

Before MPs decide the fate of the Lex Katczynski Act, The Parliamentary Health Committee recommended rejecting the law in the first reading. There was no surprise in the House. 253 deputies voted against the bill, 152 voted against it and 37 abstained.

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From the start, the act evoked great feelings. Opposition MPs called the bill “ridiculous”, “legal nonsense” and “Lex confident”, so they now make no secret of their satisfaction with the final outcome of the vote.

What is the action about?

The bill was submitted to the House of Representatives On Thursday, January 27, a group of PiS Representatives, Representative Bowie Richlake, was commissioned to represent the applicants.. The new provisions were to replace the bill called “Lex Hawk”, whose procedures began in mid-December.

The Special Solutions Bill to protect citizens’ lives and health during the COVID-19 pandemic was introduced last week by a group of PiS members.

The project was to provide solutions that would enable employees to test SARS-CoV-2 for free, as well as request information from employers about the negative result of such a test. The draft does not provide for different regulations for people who have had COVID-19, who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and who are not vaccinated. According to the project, an employee can basically take a free test once a week. The tests will be funded by the COVID-19 Fighting Fund.

According to the draft, an employee who has not undergone the diagnostic test will continue to work for the employer under the current rules. For this reason, he will not be authorized to work outside his permanent workplace or perform other types of work, but in the cases provided for in the draft, he may be required to pay compensation compensation to a person infected with SARS-CoV-2.

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