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. – Pawel Jablonski, a deputy foreign minister, criticised a journalist from the newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza for complaining about the disruption to Warsaw’s traffic caused by a military parade on Tuesday, state-owned broadcaster TVP Info reported. Jablonski also said, according to the broadcaster, that the journalist has made positive remarks about a rally organised by opposition leader Donald Tusk in June. "They try to pretend to be objective journalists," Jablonski was cited as saying by TVP. – The governing Law and Justice party will focus its election campaign on Donald Tusk, the main opposition leader, the newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza wrote on Wednesday. Citing a number of sources within the party. Wyborcza wrote that Tusk will be repeatedly called a "liar" in an effort to undermine and discredit the politician while at the same time leaving him on the political back foot. The 'Shanghai List' of the best 1,000 universities in the world includes nine Polish institutions, the broadcaster TVN24 reported. Krakow’s Jagiellonian University and Warsaw University are the topped rank Polish universities, appearing in the 401-500 range, while other institutions, such as the Medical University of Wroclaw, appear 801-900 range. The top 20 is dominated by US and British universities. The newspaper Rzeczpospolita wrote that the Polish labour market is changing significantly with workers from Asia replacing Ukrainians. Sectors that once relied on Ukrainian workers, such as hospitality, are now having to source labour from as far afield as the Philippines owing to Ukrainians returning to their country or finding jobs in western Europe.

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