The importance of recent parliamentary elections in Poland far exceeded its local limitations. No wonder that the EU member-states and outside world carefully and attentively observed the voting process, since the polish people had to determine which foreign policy vector they would support – pro-EU or anti-EU, neighbor-friendly or regional-defiant? What does this decision mean for the EU? An response to David Grodzki’s assessment entiteld “Why Poland’s new old government is good news for the EU”.
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Recent elections in EU member states have seen the rise of eurosceptic parties, often causing even established pro-European parties to run campaigns distancing them from the Union. The parliamentary elections in Poland between the pro-European government parties and the national-conservative opposition might have turned the tide, as euroscepticism has failed to convince voters. Five reasons why the re-election of the PO-PSL government is good news for the EU.