Thursday July 16, 2020

Polish government ousted by right-leaning party

26th October, 2015
Polands Law & Justice party is on course to win the election

Poland’s opposition Law & Justice party is on course for an election victory unprecedented in the country’s modern history as it sweeps into power pledging a tougher stance on refugees and more state control over the economy.

Law & Justice won 37.7 per cent of the vote and a projected 232 seats in the 460-member lower chamber, the first time that a single group will command a majority since the re-introduction...

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