A rebel MP who left the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has said that the controversial draft law that would prevent foreign companies from taking control of Polish radio and television stations is meant to cover up rifts in the ruling coalition.
Arkadiusz Czartoryski has rejoined the ruling Law and Justice parliamentary caucus giving it the 231 MPs it needed to keep a majority in Poland's lower house of parliament, party leader Jarosław Kaczyński announced on Wednesday.
Poland's ruling coalition is facing the loss of its parliamentary majority after three MPs quit Law and Justice (PiS), the coalition’s dominant party.
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