Recent polling has revealed that Poles are split over who should replace the current leader of the outgoing governing Law and Justice (PiS) party following the party’s fall from power. A survey by SW Research for rp.pl asked Poles: “Who, in your opinion, could become the successor to Jarosław Kaczyński as the PiS party leader?” […]
Research carried out by the OGB polling agency has revealed that the most often cited reason for rejecting the ruling party at the ballot box was that it was seen as responsible for breaking the long-lasting compromise on abortion and the state of the economy
The new government in Poland will be formed by the loser, not the winner, and will face a very strong opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party in the parliament, which will have nearly 200 seats, writes political commentator Stanisław Janecki
Donald Tusk has overtly claimed in recent months that in case of electoral victory on Oct. 15, as prime minister of Poland he will disregard all laws passed by the Polish parliament since 2015 which he finds to have been adopted in violation of the Polish constitution and/or EU law. For this reason, revoking unwanted laws will not require any debates or votes in the newly elected parliament.
Clicking on "Accept" you can allow all cookies. If you would like to reject or customize, please click on "Settings".