US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated that he was “deeply troubled” due to Polish parliament passing an amendment to the so-called media law and completing parliamentary work on the amendment to the administrative procedure codex (KPA). He declared that “these pieces of legislation run counter to the principles and values for which modern, democratic […]
Politician Armin Laschet defends Germany’s interests – even at the cost of fundamental values – but also appreciates Poland’s relevance, writes foreign columnist of “Rzeczpospolita” daily Jędrzej Bielecki
The conflict between the European Commission and Poland over the judiciary has stopped being a legal conflict and became a political one instead, argues former MEP and professor of international law Genowefa Grabowska
The European Commission warned Warsaw that if it did not comply with the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling by August 16, the commission could request the imposition of financial sanctions
The Pope’s decision to heavily restrict the old Latin Mass is an error on many levels related to the deep modernization of the Church, not a true process of diversification, writes Catholic columnist Tomasz Terlikowski
The recently coined “Polexit” denotes Poland potentially leaving the European Union. But beneath the surface, the issue is about the future of the Union itself, Magyar Hírlap columnist László Bogár writes
Civic Platform’s opposition competitors have not changed their strategy and Law and Justice continues to bet on the promotion of the Polish Deal, writes political columnist of ‘Rzeczpospolita’ daily Michał Kolanko
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