So it has happened – Law and Justice pushed through the Westerplatte expropriation law! 20.07.2019, written by Łukasz Bejm
The Sejm accepted the amendments of the Senate and now only the signature of the president is needed for the special act regarding the construction of the Westerplatte Museum to enter into force. The opposition believes that the government wants this law to „take over” this area. There was also a fuss after it was decided that there would be no questions or discussions at this point.
During the parliamentarian debate, thirteen Senate’s amendments to the special act regarding the construction of the Westerplatte Museum were adopted by the Sejm. These are mainly editorial corrections, but also a few minor, more precise issues related to the procedures for issuing building permits. […]
There was also a small row during the debate – all thanks to the request of L&J deputy Jerzy Polaczek, the head of the infrastructure commission, that there would be no discussion and questioning during this point. Law and Justice deputies voted „for” such a solution, opposition MPs associated with the Tri-City: Zbigniew Konwiński and Agnieszka Pomaska raised objections.