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Constitutional referendum in 2018?
May 16, 2017   
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Poland's President Andrzej Duda plans to use his right to announce a constitutional referendum, having secured the Senate's approval, but the process will take a while, he told the weekly W Sieci.
Duda mentioned November 11, 2018, the 100th anniversary of regaining independence by Poland, as "one of the potential dates".
The referendum would be preceded by a broad debate and could contain several, maybe between 10 and 20 questions, the answers to which would determine the course of works on the new constitution.
The President does not rule out a 2-day referendum.
According to Duda's words, the question on whether Poland should adopt euro could also be included in the referendum.
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) will support President's motion for a referendum on what changes to the constitution should be made, Internal Affairs Minister Mariusz Blaszczak told Radio Zet.
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