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Diplomatic crisis
February 5, 2018   
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Andrzej Duda
Poland's diplomatic crisis following passage of a bill defining and restricting discussions of holocaust responsibility dominates coverage of major dailies. Poland appears to have no easy compromise available after the Senate approved the bill after strong reactions from the side of Israel and the USA and after declarations that bi-lateral talks with Israel could precede further action, the daily Rzeczpospolita notes. Leaders of governing party Law nd Justice (PiS) seem to believe that a quick conclusion to the bill will end the controversy and no signs suggest that President Andrzej Duda could veto the bill, the daily claims.
Duda has recently said in state television that Poland has "the absolute right to defend historical truth." the governing party PiS has poll figures suggesting that the conflict with Israel pleases their own electorate and others, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza claims. Israel has too much to lose from lost relations with Poland given Poland's role as an ambassador for israel in the EU, unspecified governing party insiders claim for the daily Gazeta Wyborcza.
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