Some experts say that, without the amendments, the law will not fulfil the milestones agreed with the EU.
The bipartisan group criticised a proposed law that would restrict foreign media ownership.
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Polish ruling party’s human rights nominee offers to let opposition pick his deputies to break deadlock
Ahead of a Senate vote on his candidacy, PiS MP Bartłomiej Wróblewski has offered a “compromise”.
Opposition politicians claim the move is “politically motivated”.
The proposal has been put forward in the Senate and backed by a deputy health minister.
The opposition’s new candidate will have just days to collect the 100,000 supporting signatures.
Polish elections “will not be fully free”, says head of electoral commission as poll shows majority want delay
The government’s data collection “flagrantly violated the law”, says a legal report.
An independent candidate has also sued the state for denying him his electoral rights.
Opposition Senate speaker claims people are being paid to make false corruption accusations against him
Tomasz Grodzki said it was “a clear attack on the Senate” and called on the Internal Security Agency to investigate.
Restoring the EU flags is “a small sign of a return to normality, to the family of Western civilisation”, says the Senate speaker.
As parliament reconvenes, we guide you through the various parties, their positions, and what to expect in the new term.
The opposition’s candidate for Senate Speaker has been elected by a 51-48 majority, signalling that the opposition has enough votes to control the upper house,