But Andrzej Duda sends bill to the PiS-dominated Constitutional Tribunal for review.
The Visegrad countries rejected any plans for slashing development funds to countries that have differing views within the EU, especially on migration.
Former premier has urged the Social Democrats to back billionaire populist Andrej Babis in forming a government, something that could happen at the party’s congress next month.
Eve-of-election TV debates may be key in tight race between populist president and pro-EU professor Drahos who warns incumbent could drag the country east.
China becomes biggest foreign dealmaker in the region, making €7.7bn of acquisitions, up 78%.
Investigation by EU anti-fraud office Olaf finds street lighting contracts were riddled with irregularities.
Run-off between Milos Zeman and Jiri Drahos likely to be decided by TV duels.
Sale to an unnamed US fund, which may also include the Norwegian telco's Hungarian operations, would give the buyer access to around 10mn clients.
Romania could breach EU's 3% deficit limit after spending splurge, says rating agency.