The end of the year is not only a time to summarize, but also to make new plans. The question many will be asking themselves is whether Poland’s elections will take place within the original time frame. Upon analyzing the current political landscape, it is clear that early elections would not benefit anyone. Law and […]
The policy of putting money in people’s pockets that is being pursued by the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) has increased aspirations to a better life, with over 70 percent of survey respondents self-categorizing as “middle class”
Politician Armin Laschet defends Germany’s interests – even at the cost of fundamental values – but also appreciates Poland’s relevance, writes foreign columnist of “Rzeczpospolita” daily Jędrzej Bielecki
The agreement between Law and Justice and the Left party on supporting the National Recovery Plan may be a breakthrough moment in which the most polarized environment in Polish politics comes to an end, writes editor-in-chief of Sieci weekly Jacek Karnowski
European People’s Party leader Donald Tusk is making desperate claims that PM Morawiecki is organizing a “pro-Putin” bloc in the European Parliament with Viktor Orbán and Matteo Salvini, says Law and Justice (PiS) MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski
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.
Poland is seeing an economic, social and civil acceleration, declares Law and Justice (PiS) chairman Jarosław Kaczyński. The leader of PiS also called for unity on the municipal levels of the government.
Law and Justice’s (PiS) decision to backtrack on its judicial reform is a sign of them learning their lesson during the municipal elections. Michał Szułdrzyński evaluates how this change of direction is a big win for PM Mateusz Morawiecki.
The lower house of the Polish parliament has voted in favor of an amendment which backtracks several points of Law and Justice’s (PiS) judiciary reforms. Polish conservative publicists are not shy in voicing their disappointment.
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.
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.
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