WARSAW (Sputnik) — The Polish Senate, the parliament’s upper house, will continue its work on the laws recently adopted by the Sejm, the lower house, which have been criticized by the country's opposition, Polish Senate speaker Stanislaw Karczewski said Tuesday.
"The Senate will continue working out the law [on decrease of pensions for the soldiers, who started to serve during the period of Polish People's Republic]… The process of law adoption on Friday was appropriate and was in line with the charter," Karczewski said, as quoted by the Polskie Radio broadcaster.
He added that the Senate would continue working on the law on Tuesday, and the country's budget would be discussed in January, 2017.
At the same time, representatives of the opposition Civic Platform party claim that the Senate can not work on "the documents that could not be classified as laws."
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