The specter of communism never left Poland. In fact, in the second half of the last decade, it is doing pretty well. The most concerning is the tangible extension of this specter not only in the now-passing generation of communists from the Polish People’s Republic (PRL) era, which is alive and unfortunately still politically active, […]
“This is an attempt to persuade Poles, that we are dealing with an anti-European government,” former Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said, referring to the “European Coalition.” He also warned Civic Platform (PO) of the dangers of allying with post-communist politicians.
People who see hitting a woman as justified or someone’s death as profitable have crawled out into the spotlight. Wojciech Wybranowski writes about the steady death of common sense and good manners in Polish politics and media.
Robert Feluś, the editor in chief of the biggest Polish tabloid “Fakt” resigns following controversial cover. The cover referred to the suicide of Leszek Miller jr. the son of a former Polish Prime Minister.
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