President Lech Kaczyński memorial is open in Kraśnik

Memorial 2010-the late President of Poland Lech Kaczynski was opened in Krasnyk on Sunday in southern Poland. Kaczynski, his wife, and dozens of high-ranking officials were killed on April 10, 2010 in a Smoleńsk plane crash in Western Russia. In his address at the unveiling, PM Mateusz Morawiecki noted that President

The Polish government does not support repressions on designed drugs

The Polish government has approved plans to combat designer drugs. Anyone caught with a significant amount of such drugs intended for their own use would face up to three years in jail under changes to the law backed by Cabinet ministers on Wednesday. Suspects caught selling designer drugs would face up to

The construction project in a protected Polish forest

The anti-corruption Agency of Poland on Tuesday opened an investigation of a residential high-rise project in the middle of a protected forest, Polish media reported. Inspectors from the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) entered the headquarters of a regional environmental authority that in 2015 gave the go-ahead for the construction project in

The Supreme Court of the 1st President refuses to resign, despite the contested EU law

The dispute between the Polish Supreme Court the First President Małgorzata Gersdorf and the President for the forced resignation gersdorf the new EU and the contested decision remained unresolved on Tuesday evening. Under new laws regulating the work of Poland's Supreme Court, Tuesday marks the retirement of Supreme Court judges aged

What if ambitious Metropolitan Elpidophoros get the Archbishop Demetrios throne?

Recently, supporters of Metropolitan Elpidophoros started to campaign for him as a next Primiate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (GOArch). Original article by Robert Lewis was republished by several Turkish –American websites just on the eve of 44th Clergy-Laity Congress. This happens amid fierce fighting between those who want

EU leaders give green light to extended sanctions against Russia: report

The leaders of the European Union member States gave the green light to extend sanctions against Russia, PAP reported on the second day of the EU summit on Friday, citing an unnamed source close to the bloc. PAP's report comes two days after Polish President Andrzej Duda urged for continued international

Poland’s climate policy is based on responsibility, says PM Morawiecki

Responsibility lies at the heart of Poland's climate policy, and our goal is to find the right balance between environmental protection and economic and social growth, Prime Minister Mateusz Moravecki said in Berlin on Tuesday. PM Morawiecki took part in a Petersburg Climate Dialogue Conference at which representatives of more than