The Hungarian opposition’s prime ministerial candidate Péter Márki-Zay has called the government’s decree, which will see a price freeze on several food categories, a “stupid measure.” “As an economist, mayor, and as an average Hungarian voter, it is pathetic that Hungary returns to where it left off thirty years after the change of regime: to […]
“This is an attempt to persuade Poles, that we are dealing with an anti-European government,” former Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said, referring to the “European Coalition.” He also warned Civic Platform (PO) of the dangers of allying with post-communist politicians.
Opposition supporters attacked public television journalist Magdalena Ogórek as she left work. Sławomir Cedzyński criticizes double-standards as he draws comparisons to a hypothetical situation in which a journalist from a liberal station had been attacked.
PiS supporters’ approach to opposition supporters are kinder than the approach of opposition supporters towards them, claims a report by the University of Warsaw Research Center on Prejudice. It is important to note that the Centre is known for its Left-wing alignment.
Law and Justice (PiS) must find a new reason to answer the question of why they want to win the next elections. Konrad Kołodziejski of Sieci weekly analyses how the Polish opposition’s newest strategy is proving problematic for the Polish government.
The Polish opposition draped a “KONSTYTUCJA” (“Constitution”) t-shirt over the statue of Sigismund III Vasa in Warsaw, then posted pictures of their work on Twitter. The Polish twitter sphere was not so impressed.
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