Over 47 percent of Poles believe living conditions in Poland would deteriorate under a government led by current opposition leader Donald Tusk, a United Surveys poll has shown.
Poland's ruling United Right coalition would win a parliamentary election with 32.0 percent of the vote, a new survey by the CBOS pollster has shown.
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The governing party Law and Justice (PiS) is hoping the opposition backs a bill amending the law on the Supreme Court that could unlock Poland's access to billions of euros in EU funding frozen for months due to rule-of-law concerns, the party's spokesperson has said.
Poland's opposition are calling for the dismissal of Daniel Obajtek as CEO of the country's biggest fuels firm, PKN Orlen.
Even if the governing coalition's small ally, Solidary Poland votes against Poland's national plan (KPO) to gain access to billions of euros in post-pandemic EU funding it will be passed in the parliament with the opposition votes, a government spokesperson said.
Andrzej Duda, the president, has said that Poland wants to have a frontier with a free and independent Belarus, and not with an occupied territory.
Poland’s prime minister has claimed “radicals” within the governing coalition are trying to team up with the opposition to prevent Poland getting access to an EU pandemic-recovery fund.
Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of Poland's ruling party, has accused the European Union of withholding money from a post-pandemic recovery fund to promote Polish opposition parties and improve their chances of ousting the government.
Poles are in favour of support for members of the Russian opposition and believe they should be allowed to stay in Poland, according to a new poll.