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Annabelle Chapman writes for the Economist and Monocle
A court ruling has sparked demonstrations against the natalist policies of Europe's right-wing populists and raised questions about who makes Poland's laws.
As in Hungary, the pandemic could be exploited by the ruling party for a new power grab.
The party’s combination of generous welfare policies and social conservatism has delivered another decisive election victory.
In a strange instance of art becoming life, Volodymyr Zelensky, who played the country’s president in a popular tv show, might soon assume the role for real.
The new left-wing party aspires to remake Poland as a secular, diverse and egalitarian country.