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Poland's Kaczyński to resign as deputy prime minister in 2022
The leader of the ruling Law and Justice will step down from his government role to focus on party affairs, according to the PAP state news agency.
EU 'closely' monitoring media in Poland after TVN24 licence extended
Poland has extended a broadcasting license to Discovery's TVN24 but also adopted a resolution against foreign ownership in Polish media companies.
'There will be no Polexit': Kaczynski says Poland's future is in EU
The leader of the ruling party says Poland's future is in the European Union, but that the country wants to remain "sovereign".
EU slams newly passed law in Poland that could limit media freedom
"Media pluralism and diversity of opinions are what strong democracies welcome, not fight against," said Vera Jourova, the EC's vice-president for values and transparency.
Polish governing coalition falls apart over media legislation dispute
Poland's ruling right-wing Law and Justice party lost its majority in parliament on Wednesday after a small party left the governing coalition.
Poland's conservatives formally lose majority in parliament
Three rebel lawmakers have left Poland's ruling Law and Justice party, leaving the conservatives two seats short of a majority in parliament.
Poland’s ruling conservatives suffer defeat in local mayoral election
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party suffered a loss in the Rzeszow mayoral race, a vote could indicate how strong the party’s support is after nearly six years of governing the country.
Thousands protest in Warsaw against abortion reform and PiS government
Thousands demonstrated in Warsaw to protest against a Constitutional Court ruling imposing an almost total ban on abortion in Poland, and also to demand the resignation of the ruling PiS government.
Poland: Police using 'excessive violence' against peaceful protesters
At least 60 protesters, including one as young as 17, have been detained in recent weeks, Eliza Rutynowska, a lawyer who has been representing the demonstrators, told Euronews.
Poland: Eleventh day of anti-government, pro-abortion protests
Marches were held in several Polish cities on Sunday despite coronavirus restrictions, and followed a 100,000-strong protest in Warsaw on Friday.
Watch: Thousands of demonstrators protest Poland's near abortion ban
A decision last week by the country's constitutional court banned virtually all abortions, sparking a week of protests.
Poland protesters tussle with police after abortion ruling
"Throwing in the topic of abortion and holding a pseudo-tribunal on it in the middle of a raging pandemic is more than cynicism. This is political villainy," said former Polish PM and President of the European Parliament Donald Tusk.
Poland's culture war: LGBT people forced to turn to civil disobedience
In a political climate where anti-LGBT rhetoric is becoming ever more shrill, LGBT people and rights activists are turning to civil disobedience as their last resort to have their voice heard.
Polish Cabinet reshuffle: Kaczynski joins as deputy prime minister
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki presented a reshuffled Cabinet on Wednesday that formally brings the conservative ruling party's leader into a government position.
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Polish government vows to end deadlock in coalition power struggle
Dissent by the small United Poland party prompted its larger partner Law and Justice (PiS) to warn that the ruling coalition was crumbling.
Michal Šimečka: Inability to solve the EU’s rule of law crisis will lead to disintegration ǀ View
If the EU wants to survive as a meaningful organisation delivering for all of its citizens, it will have to step up its response to the ongoing rule of law crisis.
These photos highlight the human hurt over Poland's 'LGBT-free zones'
It's a response to 80 Polish municipalities declared themselves "free of LGBT ideology" last year.
Hundreds of judges join Warsaw protest against Polish 'muzzle law'
Poland plans sanctions against judges who oppose judicial reforms that have been denounced as a "muzzle-law".
Polish parliament defies EU by passing controversial reform law
The Law and Justice Party has defended legislation that gives it the power to hire and fire judges.
Poland could be forced out of EU by judicial reforms, court warns
Poland might have to leave the EU if it wants to apply judicial reforms, the country's supreme court has warned.
Polish far-right groups march in Warsaw on independence anniversary
"We have to return to our roots. Our world has abandoned God and Christianity," Robert Bakiewicz, head of a group organising the march, told the crowd.