Poland’s ruling coalition collapsed after Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki sacked Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Gowin, the smaller coalition of Poland’s ruling coalition, Borozomeni. (agree) party leader.
We leave with our heads held high. My resignation indicates the end of the united right and the dissolution of the alliance
Jaroslaw Gwen said. His party includes 10 members of the lower house of the Polish parliament (Sejm), and with their departure, the ruling coalition may lose its majority in the legislature. Zjednoczona Prawica (Single Right) has so far secured 232 out of 460 seats.
The prime minister and his deputy, Law and Justice, the largest party in the coalition, disagreed on one of the House’s agenda items on Wednesday, a planned amendment to the media law that would change the rules so that critics implement the process. From the media that rely on legal entities is impossible in Poland. In other words, the operating license terms for foreign media will change.
The modification is therefore widely seen as being under the control of Polish Television Holding BV, a company owned by American Discovery but officially registered in the Netherlands. Against feeding TNV24 Aims to. The independent news channel’s operating license expires at the end of September, and critics say the right-wing government wants to prevent it from obtaining it by citing legal terms.
Mateusz Morawiecki emphasized that the proposed amendment was not directed against any specific channel operator, as it was intended to prevent the risks that Polish media might have involved in the acquisition of companies such as Russia or China.
However, the United States says this claim is far from the truth. Several US senators expressed their opposition to the amendment, warning Polish politicians against restricting press freedom, and calling for potential negative consequences for Polish-American relations as well.
Mateusz Morawiecki did not convince the Polish opposition either, on Tuesday in several cities protested on TVN24. Speaking in Warsaw, Donald Tusk, the former head of the European People’s Party, assumed leadership of Poland’s main opposition party, Civic Platform (PO), in early July.
They want to eliminate independent media because they know that their most dangerous opponent is the truth
Happy Donald Tusk.
Under the slogan “Media Freedom, Free People”, demonstrations were organized to some extent by several Polish NGOs in other cities.
Not only did he break the Law, Justice and Consensus Act over a legislative change, but the latest merger found the government’s tax program unfair, which the former said would raise pensions and health benefits while reducing the tax burden on low- and middle-income earners and helping the young. Families buy homes. The latter party, on the other hand, opposes the new regulation because jaroslaw Gwen put it:
The United Right has stated that we will not raise taxes. The tax bill announced by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki would dramatically increase the tax burden, not only on entrepreneurs, but on all adventurers, the middle class.
The government’s tax plans would not only make life more difficult for sole proprietors, but would also take public money from city governments.
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