Over the past six months, Poland’s government coalition, comprising Law and Justice (PiS) and two tiny parties, had been decaying markedly, creating a golden opportunity for the opposition to oust it. But, instead of forming a united front, the opposition fell to infighting, and Poland’s PiS-led populist government could emerge stronger than ever.
A rivalry between Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Minister of Justice Zbigniew Ziobro to succeed PiS Chairman Jarosław Kaczyński had incited a series of parliamentary crises. Deputies in each of the three gover...
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