The article deals with the problem of the standing order of the National Assembly in Poland. The author indicates the reasons why it should be enacted as an unified, including all necessary issues, act, contrary to the present one, which is divided into a few independent, only partly adopted and referring to the significant competences of the National Assembly acts. The main argument is that the legislative method, that has been chosen by the lawmaker, seems to violate the constitutional provisions. It also looks not to be in accordance with the rules of legislative technique. Last but not least is that the present legal status causes a procedural gap, which means that some solutions, involved in the bill of State Tribunal, dealing with the procedure of presidential impeachment, cannot be applied until the entire standing order is adopted. Taking into account these arguments, the author raises a de lege ferenda postulate, aiming to change the current formula of the standing order of the National Assembly.