Poland’s opposition is planning to dismiss ex-governments’ officials working for state-owned broadcaster TVP in a bid to rid it of alleged political influence, a senior member of the Civic Coalition (KO) said on Thursday.
State-owned media needs to be reformed as quickly as possible, the leader of an opposition grouping has said.
An opposition government will try to take revenge on state-owned broadcaster TVP, if it succeeds at getting into power, the head of the President's Cabinet said on Thursday.
Donald Tusk, the main opposition leader, has called upon Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, and Jarosław Kaczyński, the ruling party leader, to take part in a pre-election debate accessed by all media.
The findings of the audit of state-owned media corporation Telewizja Polska SA (TVP) has shown "numerous irregularities", the Supreme Audit Office (NIK) has said.
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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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