PiS is considering every option, even snap parliamentary elections: opinion

Jarosław Kaczyński’s party has learned from its mistakes in 2007 when it tried to rule through a minority government

editor: REMIX NEWS
author: Jacek Karnowski

Poland’s ruling conservative Law and Justice’s (PiS) party is now considering every option after its postal voting ballot bill failed in the Senate.

Even those ideas which are officially denounced are under consideration, just not at official meetings.

All of these reports come down to one thing: the situation is very dire. PiS leader Jarosław Kaczyński has all the options on his desk, but is also ready to choose the most radical solutions, including early parliamentary elections — if, of course, they can be held since that path won’t be easy either.

Why is PiS’s leader so determined? He knows that without an efficient majority in parliament, you cannot govern properly for the long-term. This is a lesson PiS learned the hard way between 2005 and 2007 when they tried to maintain power through a minority government.

PiS had to wait another eight years to return to power.

This was a result of the difficult and chaotic period of the minority government, which was also strongly attacked by the opposition.


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