Jarosław Gowin pledged to seek to “remove PiS from power” before it can further “harm the Polish national interest”.
Jarosław Gowin has been fired after months of growing tension.
We can only do this thanks to your support!
We are an independent, nonprofit media outlet, funded through the support of our readers.
If you appreciate the work we do, please consider helping us to continue and expand it.
One university has confirmed that only vaccinated students will be able to stay in its dorms.
The Republic Party was given the blessing of Jarosław Kaczyński, who attended and spoke at its launch.
Leaders of two of the three ruling coalition partners have said that early elections are possible.
The dispute hints at cracks in the ruling coalition.
The deputy head of The Left’s parliamentary caucus has joined centre-right party Agreement.
A faction in the party of deputy prime minister Jarosław Gowin has challenged his leadership.
The announcement ends months of tension within the ruling coalition.
A professor of law unravels the chaos around Poland’s abandoned presidential election.
Poland’s postal election enveloped in confusion as government pushes ahead before legislation passed
The government has begun organising a postal election, despite the relevant legislation not yet being passed.
We discuss the controversy over the presidential election and the possible collapse of the ruling coalition.
PiS wants to abolish the upper limit on social-insurance (ZUS) contributions from high earners, but faces opposition from a coalition partner.