Members of Poland's opposition party have staged a sit-in to protest a proposal to limit press access to parliament. Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo's has brushed concerns off with a sour-grapes argument, but thousands have taken to the streets.
Poland's nationalist-conservative Law and Justice Party replaced Prime Minister Beata Szydlo with Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki after weeks of speculation. The move comes ahead of an important parliament vote.
Poland and the EU are on a confrontation course. There's even talk the country could leave the Union. How realistic is that scenario? DW put that question to Milan Nic of the German Council on Foreign Relations.
Poland’s soon-to-be Prime Minister Morawiecki has two years until the next elections to show if he will go down as another Jaroslaw Kaczynski puppet or a modernizing force. The ex-banker has his work cut out for him.
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has accused European Council President Donald Tusk of using his position to attack Poland. Her remarks come after Tusk suggested her government was following a "Kremlin plan."
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