The Sejm passed a law that protects mayors from the consequences of illegally handing over the voter register to the Polish Post Office in 2020. It introduces an abolition and bails out the president. The opposition's motion to reject the bill was not supported.
The bill, unlike the first draft, does not legalize the transfer of voter registers to the Polish Post Office, which was supposed to be responsible for organizing voting in so-called envelope elections. It does, however, make the 270 local government officials who handed over voters' data avoid criminal liability.