Poland took a decisive turn to the right in its parliamentary election Sunday. Exit polls showed the conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS) winning with 37.7 percent of the vote. The governing Civic Platform took 23.6 percent.
President Duda's veto of two judicial reform bills has called government unity into question. Opposition politicians are hoping that Duda's rejection of Kaczynski's proposals may split the Law and Justice party.
Polish President Andrzej Duda's surprising counterproposal on judicial reform has provoked criticism from many sides. That's because it's clear Duda wants to build up his own power. Paul Flückiger reports from Warsaw.
A proposed reform of Poland's supreme court has been described as the latest step in a string of assaults on the independence of the judiciary by Poland's ruling right-wing Law and Justice Party.
School curricula in Turkey and EU states Hungary and Poland have been trending more toward patriotism and religion, with less emphasis on diversity. Teachers and other education experts are voicing their criticism.
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