No, Poland is not 100 years old. One can be excused for thinking so. Even some official announcements tout “one hundred years of independence.” But that is historically inaccurate, a compromise for the sake of brevity. “One hundred years since… Read More ›
Month: September 2018
Iwulski’s biography is an example that shows one of the motives underlying the need to reform the justice system.
Zbigniew Ziobro’s comments regarding the Iwulski case. The biography of Józef Iwulski, a man who was appointed by outgoing president Małgorzata Gersdorf to perform the duties of the Poland’s Supreme Court first president, is a symbol that shows one of… Read More ›
The 2019 parliamentary elections will be the last major opportunity for the Polish opposition. Either “what was” returns or the old world will fall.
Ludmiła Kozłowska’s ostentatious display through the German state, in the context of an attack on the Polish government, is a clear and obvious signal. Berlin may smile, but inside it boils with irritation and anger at the ruling team in… Read More ›