A recent series of incidents during pre-election meetings in Poland has brought attention to the deepening chasm between political parties and a degeneration of civil discourse, reflecting a marked change from political behavior seen over two decades ago. In one instance, Kinga Gajewska, an opposition MP, was temporarily detained by the police during a public […]
Since the expected kingmaker, the Confederation party, has signaled it will not form a coalition with the ruling conservatives, the country may be heading to another election sooner than anyone thought possible, writes Marek Kęskrawiec
Petr Fiala, listed as the main candidate to be the next Czech PM, is known for his pro-Polish approach and may establish a new opening of relations between Warsaw and Prague, writes PiS MEP Ryszard Czarnecki
43.6 percent of voters voted for Jarosław Kaczyński’s party, according to an exit poll by IPSOS. If final results reflect exit poll numbers, Law and Justice will rule independently for the next four years.
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