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Poland's ruling party signs new coalition deal with partners

Posted On: Sep 26, 2020   |   Posted By: My Sanantonio

WARSAW, Poland - The three parties in Poland's conservative coalition government signed a new coalition agreement on Saturday, putting aside disagreements sparked by a power struggle.
However, they gave no details about the agreement and took no questions from journalists, leaving lingering uncertainty about how the Cabinet will look in practice after an expected reshuffle.
Jarosław Kaczyński, the head of the senior party, Law and Justice, told reporters in Warsaw that he and the leaders of two junior parties reached an agreement that would allow them to govern together for three more years, until the next scheduled general election.
Amid the crisis, Law and Justice had warned it might try to govern without them, as a minority government, or even call for early elections.
But on Saturday Kaczyński declared: “We have a good future ahead of us."
He signed the deal alongside the the hard-line justice minister, Zbigniew Ziobro, who heads a right-wing party, United Poland, and Jarosław Gowin, leader of the...

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