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Opposition tries to unite before elections
September 7, 2018   
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Barbara Nowacka
Poland's two main opposition parties Civic Platform (PO) and Nowoczesna, co-running in the upcoming local elections as Koalicja Obywatelska, added leftist grouping Inicjatywa Polska headed by Barbara Nowacka to the coalition, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza wrote citing the grouping's prominent member Dariusz Jonski.
PO and Nowoczesna thus hope to attract the supporters of the Polish left, the daily remarked. The move is contested by some activists from Inicjatywa Polska, who fear that their voters might feel cheated seeing the grouping that they had considered to be progressive and leftist join the conservative-liberal PO, the newspaper added, citing an anonymous grouping member.
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