The end seems near for Poland’s neurotic gadflies

The meltdown of Poland’s former ruling party highlights the urgent need for an effective opposition.

Poland’s main opposition Law and Justice party PiS (from its Polish name, Prawo i Sprawiedliwosc) appears to be in terminal meltdown, with some of its leading lights leaving to form a new grouping. Its name translates, slightly clumsily, into “Poland is Most Important”. 

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