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Political scene even more divided
December 29, 2017   
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Antoni Dudek
Poland's political divisions will likely deepen in 2018, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna claims in an analysis.
The ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) and the opposition groupings are about to re-engage in a battle over the controversial reform of the country's judiciary system as soon as the Christmas holiday season is over, with some judges already planning to boycott the new procedure of selecting candidates for the national judiciary council KRS.
PiS and the opposition parties are also going to clash in the municipal elections due November, seen as tension-loaded also because of the recent changes to the election law introduced by the ruling camp, the daily adds.
The opposition is far from unified, thus risking fiasco in the electoral battle, possibly leading to the reconstruction of the opposition, political scientist Antoni Dudek said. PiS may find it difficult to win in larger cities, he adds.
The two sides of Poland's political scene are also likely to clash over the planned media deconcentration act in 2018, the daily notices.
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