04/27/2013 - 09:58
The Polish parliament has rejected three law projects aiming to institutionalize the civil union not only for heterosexual couples, but also for the homosexual ones. Consequently, the Polish society was divided between the proponents and the opponents of this law.
A superficial legislation
The majority will win the battle against freedom

01/14/2013 - 23:06
On the 11th of March 2012 Polish feminists organised the annual demonstration and evoked a public debate on the Church's influence on public issues in Poland. Is a total separation of the Church and State desirable in general by Polish citizens? Or should the traditional position of the Church be maintained?
A will to reduce the Church's influence
A Catholic Church supported by a catholic society

01/14/2013 - 22:53
In February 2012, the Prime Minister Donald Tusk's party proposed the pension reform that anticipates extending the retirement age both for men and women to 67 years. Is it really necessary to inscrease the retirement age to 67? Or should we search for other options that will not impose such harsh changes?
An obvious need for reform despite numerous objections
Wrong measures to overcome the demographic crisis

01/14/2013 - 22:40
In May 2011 the Internal Security Agency confiscated the computer of the author of the blog which promotes content detrimental to the dignity of the current Polish President Bronisław Komorowski.
Freedom of Expression dominantes the desire to protect the image of the Head of State
The dignity of the supreme representative of Poland is rightly protected by law

06/22/2012 - 19:59
The newest polls made by OBOP show that the leading opposition party, the Law and Justice, dominates the government party, the Civic Platform (PO). Does this poll show a new tendency in Polish politics, or is it but a momentary change of mood, of Polish voters? Have the tables turned in Poland?
The stable position of Tusk’s government
A new direction in Polish politics

01/20/2012 - 13:39
A parliamentary election to both the Senate and the Lower House was held in Poland in 2011. Prime Minister Donald Tusk has become the first Polish leader to be re-elected since the end of communism. Does that mean a brighter future for Poland or is the attitude of the electors a mere sign of a democratic weakness?
The well-known scenario
Toward the stabilization of Poland's political arena