A series of incidents on Poland’s railways has raised security concerns after a number of trains were halted by unauthorized “stop” radio-signal alarm directives, with concerns that Russia may have played some role in the incidents. After the affected trains came to a halt, the Russian national anthem was played together with a fragment of […]
The secret of the success of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party in Poland is that it has delivered a better life for millions of ordinary Poles rather than concentrating on making the well-off even richer, argues Goran Andrijanić
Remix News met Antonio O’Mullony, the managing editor of La Gaceta de la Iberosfera, a leading right-wing news website in Spain, at the MCC Feszt in Esztergom last week and asked him to explain VOX’s surprisingly poor results in the July 23 parliamentary election
Donald Tusk’s criticism of the ruling party on migration policy may be hypocritical and reminiscent of the behavior of a dodgy car salesman, but he is believed by many voters and his tactics could prove successful, writes Marek Pyza
Sunday’s clear-cut victory of the right-wing alliance in the Italian parliamentary elections, and in particular of Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FdI) party, has sparked a meltdown in the European mainstream media
With 900 migrants disembarked in 24 hours and more than 1,000 others waiting on NGO ships, Italians must feel like they have returned to the worst moments of 2015-17 when the governing left seemed totally powerless in the face of mass immigration from Africa
What Hungary’s left-wing opposition coalition had to endure in the Hungarian parliamentary elections was nothing compared to the way Marine Le Pen and her National Rally were treated in the French presidential election, writes Olivier Bault for Remix News
Hungarian society is heading into next year’s elections with a hopelessly divided society and as history tells us, there could be more on the line than many would like to believe, economist László Bogár writes in a column in daily Magyar Hírlap
“If we mobilize ourselves on the highest level, we have no doubts that we will win these elections,” declared PiS leader Jarosław Kaczyński. The statesman also emphasized the need of the government to protect its citizens, as well as their freedom.
1,001 CDU delegates are set to elect their new chairman and they will choose from three quite different candidates. The vote is of the utmost importance as it could shape German politics more than the Bundestag elections.
Poland’s renovation is complete, and it is now time for stability, said Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki during the “Work for Poland” conference. He summarized Law and Justice’s (PiS) successes and outlined the party’s aims for the coming years.
In the face of the KNF corruption scandal and municipal elections outcome, Law and Justice (PiS) has a tough year ahead of them. Zuzanna Dąbrowska of “Rzeczpospolita” analyses the question of whether PiS might combine the upcoming European Parliament (EP) elections with the parliamentary elections in 2019.
Although it is very difficult to estimate the development of the Czech political scene on the basis of the results of the municipal and senate elections, it is clear that the most important information from the end of the duel is the return of the Civic Democratic Party (ODS).
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