The leaders of Poland's United Right alliance, ruling party Law and Justice's Jaroslaw Kaczynski, junior partner Agreement's Jaroslaw Gowin and the other junior member Solidary Poland’s Zbigniew Ziobro, signed a new coalition deal in Warsaw on Saturday.
A new coalition deal was a likely a topic of yet another round of negotiations among top politicians of Poland's ruling United Right alliance late on Friday afternoon.
The ruling United Right (ZP) coalition has suspended talks on a proposed new animal protection law over differences between the coalition parties, Sejm (lower house) speaker Ryszard Terlecki said on Thursday.
Voter support for the ruling United Right camp grew by 2 ppts since the turn of June-July to reach 44 percent in August, according to the latest study by the CBOS pollster.
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