"For now, evil has won," a deputy caucus head of Poland's ruling conservatives, Law and Justice (PiS), has said in reference to three main opposition parties who are likely to form a new government.
Marek Suski, head of the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) caucus, has said Poland will not yield to what he called blackmail from Brussels over the country's rule of law standards.
Poland's ruling conservative ruling party Law and Justice in a Wednesday resolution rejected the possibility of Poland leaving the European Union after hints by prominent party members prompted the opposition to accuse PiS of drafting Polexit plans.
A government MP has defended calling the EU an occupying power, saying that Poles are not “subhuman” and will not agree to being treated worse than other EU nations.
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