Poland's Parliament has given its consent to the country's president, Bronisław Komorowski, to ratify the treaty enabling Croatia's accession to the European Union.
A total of 431 MPs who were present for the voting supported the government's ratification legislation for the Balkan state's accession. No MP was against while one abstained from voting.
Earlier, the Parliament rejected Poland's main opposition party's (PiS) ratification legislation.
PiS and Solidarity Poland's (SP) parliamentary clubs are considering whether to file a complaint to the Constitutional Tribunal accusing the government of an unconstitutional ratification process.
Croatia is set to become an EU member on July 1, 2013.
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