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Sejm

(seɪm)
n
(Parliamentary Procedure) the unicameral legislature of Poland
[Polish: assembly]

Sejm

(seɪm)

n.
the parliament of Poland.
[< Polish: literally, assembly]
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The tournament with participation of the teams of the parliament of Azerbaijan, the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Sejm of Poland, and the Saeima of Latvia will continue until March 11.
Soltsz, Poland is working on a similar bill, which could be put before Polish parliament, the Sejm, this spring.
In a country of 38 million, just 92 people signed the letter to the Sejm (Polish Parliament) against the shameful law criminalising speech on World War Two and the Shoah, and they are Jewish.
The Undersecretary for International Affairs also met with the Polish Sejm Deputy Marshal, Ryszard Terlecki, where he stressed the keenness of the Kingdom of Bahrain to further enhance cooperation with the Republic of Poland.
Once the poll numbers and press accolades began to pour in, though, the party put the bills back in action, and added a third - to recall the judges of the Supreme Court, so that their successors could be chosen by the Sejm.
I have decided that I will send back to Sejm (lower house of parliament), which means I will veto the bill, on the supreme court, as well as the one about the National Council of the Judiciary," Duda said after days of mass street protests.
ON FEBRUARY 14 THE POLISH government accepted a proposal to restrict access to over-the-counter emergency contraception, with plans in place to discuss the proposal in plenary and a possible vote occurring in the March session of the Sejm.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the ruling Law and Justice party, has promised that the Sejm would comply; he can probably be trusted on that since his party dominates the parliament.
Lawmakers in the lower chamber, the Sejm, voted 249 to 173 in favour of the legislation.
The PiS got just over half the seats in the Sejm (parliament), which technically allows it to do almost anything it wants now that the constitutional tribunal has been crippled.
After meeting Komorowski, Plevneliev is set to meet Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz, Senate Speaker Bogdan Borusewicz and Radoslaw Sikorski, currently Marshal of the Sejm (the lower house of Polish's Parliament).
We made it very, very clear to them - we wanted nothing to do with this," Sikorski, current Marshal of the Sejm, or the lower house of the Polish Parliament, said.