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Right-wing opposition parties cooperation plans fail
July 8, 2014   
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Leaders of the main opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) Jarosław Kaczyński and right-wing party Solidary Poland Zbigniew Ziobro met Monday evening to arrange the details of the potential cooperation ahead of Wednesday debate on PiS’ motion for constructive no confidence vote against the government.

However, the talks failed to bring any agreement, media report, as Ziobro wanted to have his people on election lists and Kaczynski did not agree to this.

Also, small right-wing parties are reportedly concerned about potential undermining of their position as a result of the cooperation with PiS in the upcoming local, presidential and parliamentary elections.
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