MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Fifty-five members of the Senate voted in favor of the law on anti-terrorist operations, while 28 voted against, with three abstaining from the vote, local PAP news agency said. The law was passed without any amendments added.
The lower chamber of the Polish parliament, the Sejm, approved the new anti-terrorism draft law on June 10.
The authors of the bill hope that the law will come into force before a NATO summer summit in Warsaw which is scheduled for July 8-9. The law should be signed by the president to come into force.