What does Poland’s new nationalist government mean for the young democracy?


A single political party is controlling Poland for the first time since the 1989 end of communist rule, and its rapid reforms are sparking mass rallies. The Law and Justice Party swept to power capitalising on frustration with market democracy and fear of foreign influence. The opposition says the ruling party is walking an undemocratic path. The government says it’s answering voters’ demands.

In this episode of Al Jazeera English The Stream, we speak with:
Grzegorz Makowski
Agnieszka Pomaska
Matthew Tyrmand

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source: Al Jazeera English YouTube Channel

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