Belarusian opposition figurehead Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya has also made a second visit to Warsaw.
Rafał Trzaskowski says his movement aims to find common ground within a Poland “divided like never before”.
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A state oil firm is in talks to buy a large number of newspapers from their German owner.
Prosecutors want to bring corruption charges against the judge that she says are politically motivated.
In a joint declaration, the two countries’ presidents also sought to ease tensions over World War Two history.
Miners blocked change for decades, but further delay has become too costly
Is the PiS leader’s authority in the government coalition starting to wane?
Stanley Bill talks to political scientist Ben Stanley about the recent crisis in Poland’s ruling coalition and the government reshuffle.
Unions are promising further protests.
The Polish government says the remarks evoke painful memories of World War Two.
“There is no place for selfishness,” says the health minister.
The development will “not adversely affect the proper functioning of the government”, says a spokesman.
The announcement ends months of tension within the ruling coalition.
It is the first ever EU-wide report on the rule of law in individual member states.