It seems like no day can pass without someone bullying the Hungarian government of Viktor Orbán, whose vilification abroad can only be matched by his popularity at home. There is an added level of grievances though when it comes to countries surrounding Hungary that international liberal opinion-makers do not experience: the post-Trianon paranoia of a […]
The Civic Platform (PO) leader and former president of the European Council Donald Tusk directed xenophobic remarks towards a journalist, writes Goran Andrijanić, a Croatian journalist living in Poland
The scandals revealed by a French newspaper concerning conflicts of interest, paid protection and fraud in the EU budget undermine the credibility of EU institutions, writes Dorota Łosiewicz for portal wPolityce.pl
Deputy Speaker of the Polish Senate Stanisław Karczewski (PiS) did the right thing by publicly denouncing Donald Tusk’s insensitive comments concerning the pandemic crisis, writes senior columnist Jerzy Jachowicz
A scandalous poster depicting Law and Justice chairman Jarosław Kaczyński’s face as part of a knife handle, has been spreading throughout the internet. The deputy head of the Museum of Warsaw is one of the people who shared the image.
The EuroWeek Foundation has been investigated due to sexual misconduct allegations between underage girls and foreign men at the pro-multicultural projects. The Lower Silesian Department of Education has filed notions to the Polish Ministry of Education.
PO has cheated on Warsaw’s citizens, again. Piotr Lisiewicz explains how PO has stolen millions by lowering a 98 percent rebate on transferring leasehold of properties into freehold in Warsaw to 60 percent.
Lyudmyla Kozlovska’s photo with the Polish ambassador to Belgium Artur Orzechowski sparked controversy. The Polish embassy has begun an inquiry into why activists of compromised foundations were invited to the Christmas party.
The portraits of the Holy Mary and Jesus Christ on restroom doors in Brussels have provoked outrage among Polish Twitter users, who see the use of holy images to designate the doors to the “ladies” and the “gents” as yet another sign of the decline of Brussels.
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