PiS – Poland Turns the Page of Liberation

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For the first time in almost ten years, the BIS was defeated in the elections. The liberals Civic Alliance won 38.2%, after a campaign focused on Russian threats to Europe.

In Poland, European supporters breathed a sigh of relief this Sunday evening. The liberals of the Civic Coalition (KO) won the European elections with 38.2% of the vote, while the nationalist conservatives for Law and Justice (PiS) got 33.9%. The margin is not huge, but the victory is significant: it is the first time in almost ten years that the BIS has not won an election. The score also helps erase painful memories of 2019, where PiS crushed the competition with 45% of the vote through its campaign with Eurosceptic overtones. As for the Civic Alliance and its coalition partners (Third Way, 8.2% and Levika, 6.6%), this first place is a reminder that the tide is definitely turning in Poland.

The election contest between PiS and its arch-rival Civic Alliance was rebroadcast in Poland this Sunday for the third time in eight months. In October, during the assembly elections, the BIS was slightly ahead, but could not form a majority and achieved a victory for Pyrrhic. So a liberal and pro-European coalition led by Donald Tusk came to power, putting the country back on track for the rule of law. In April, for local elections, the result was a fo

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