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Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki outlines the recent domestic changes the Polish government has introduced to the country’s Constitutional Tribunal and public media which have been described as undemocratic. Pawel argues that while they are a cause for concern, an EU intervention in Polish domestic politics could easily backfire.

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Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki outlines the recent domestic changes the Polish government has introduced to the country’s Constitutional Tribunal and public media which have been described as undemocratic. Pawel argues that while they are a cause for concern, an EU intervention in Polish domestic politics could easily backfire.

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Posted by Pawel Swidlicki

Talks over the formation of the new Spanish government have been going on throughout the Christmas period, but no clear progress has been made. As a result, re-run elections are looking increasingly likely almost by the day. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta takes a look at the latest developments.

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Posted by Vincenzo Scarpetta

Talks over the formation of the new Spanish government have been going on throughout the Christmas period, but no clear progress has been made. As a result, re-run elections are looking increasingly likely almost by the day. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta takes a look at the latest developments.

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Posted by Vincenzo Scarpetta