The Polish political scene has entered a period of instability, which had been forgotten during the last four years. This is because we got used to a situation in which all the institutions and decision-making was in the hands of PiS. Meanwhile, the election results were a cup of cool water for the government and created a breach in the current power system.
Although PiS achieved an unprecedented success in having the highest election result since 1989 with a record turnout, it is a sour victory for two reasons. PiS is the first government to hold the Sejm, but not the Senate.
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