Today’s news round-up in Poland

Today’s news round-up in Poland Kalbar/TFN

Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites. - The newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza in several pieces reported on Sunday's opposition march in Warsaw, stressing its huge attendance, estimated at half a million by the organisers, and presenting opinions from opposition leaders as well as foreign coverage of the event. - The Polish public television's news website reported on police having busted a drug gang run by pseudo-fans of the Gornik Zabrze football club. Twelve people have been arrested with stashes of amphetamine and mephedrone as well as a machete and a baseball bat having been seized. – The news channel's website quoted Donald Tusk, leader of the main opposition party, the Civic Platform, who said that after Sunday's opposition march in Warsaw "nothing will stay the same in Polish politics over the coming months." The march was organised by Tusk to protest against the government. - The newspaper Rzeczpospolita wrote about the opposition party Civic Platform's (PO) increased hopes for victory in the autumn general election after Sunday's opposition march in Warsaw. Before the march, one of PO leaders told the newspaper that the event was to be "a moment of mobilisation and change of mood." According to Rzeczpospolita's sources, in the coming weeks PO is to focus on Poland's regions.