The governing Law and Justice party (PiS) will not take part in any debates organised by TVN, a private television broadcaster, a PiS spokesperson has announced, owing to its alleged anti-government bias.
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Donald Tusk, Poland's opposition leader, has expressed indignation at the treatment of women in Poland following the tightening of abortion laws and called on all who oppose the current government to attend a march in Warsaw on October 1.
Solidary Poland, a junior member of the ruling United Right coalition, has called for Poland's National Radio and TV Council to take action against private broadcaster TVN for airing an interview during which a guest questioned the attitude of Poles towards Jews during World War Two.
The US ambassador to Poland was invited to the Foreign Ministry after an American-owned TV company broadcast a report alleging that Pope John Paul II helped cover up child sex abuse before he became pope, the government spokesman has said.
Polish war correspondent Bianka Zalewska has received the International Women of Courage (IWOC) Award which recognises outstanding women from around the world for their courage, the US State Department announced on Monday.
US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has said that President Joe Biden has appreciated the Polish president’s veto of a media law amendment, according to a press release of a National Security Council (NSC) spokesperson.
Polish President Andrzej Duda has vetoed a new media law that would curb the operation of US-owned television station TVN.
There are no plans to close down the TVN broadcaster, the leader of Poland's ruling party said on Monday when asked about a new media law said to be aimed against the US-owned station.
Just over 50 percent of Poles believe the Polish president should veto an amendment to a new media law that critics say targets the leading television group TVN, according to a new survey.