The Civic Platform (PO), Poland’s main liberal opposition party is veering to the extreme left. Its already saying that it backs gay marriage. This shift is coming about as the party becomes increasingly aware that it cannot compete with the United Right led by the Law and Justice (PiS) party, writes Wojciech Mucha.
The 11th of November was an important, beautiful and good day for Poland, writes Michał Karnowski. The Sieci weekly journalist declares that Poland’s Independence Anniversary was a “knock out victory over evil people”.
There is nationwide condemnation of Nazi style attacks on PiS by PO politicians. Grzegorz Schetyna, PO leader called PiS voters “locusts” and another PO politician posted a Goebbels-like poster on Twitter.
“There were no bigger liars in the history of the Third Polish Republic than Civic Platform (PO) politicians,” says Law and Justice (PiS) spokeswoman Beata Mazurek in defense of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
Grzegorz Schetyna unveils the new program of the Civic Coalition (KO) and is moving the opposition further to the political Left. Michał Kolanko analyzes the newest developments in Poland’s opposition camp as well as reactions to them.
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