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Traditional Chinese is a written form of Chinese used in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Both locations are key business hubs for technology and finance — a factor that attracted DeepL to launch its latest language in those markets. DeepL, one of Europe's high-profile AI companies valued at $2 billion , sells translation software aimed at businesses rather than everyday consumers. German artificial intelligence translation startup DeepL on Wednesday launched traditional Chinese as a language option as it looks to expand its presence in Asia. With the launch of traditional Chinese, the firm is looking to help some of its international customers more effectively communicate with clients or employees in Taiwan or Hong Kong.
Persons: DeepL, Kutylowski, Mark Zuckerberg's Organizations: Wednesday, CNBC, Google, Microsoft, Ventures Locations: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Asia, The Cologne, Germany, Japan, Korea
The NATO official said they had observed “an unprecedented escalation and spread of Russia’s hybrid warfare” over the past six months, which included “physical sabotage” on the supply line of NATO weapons intended for Ukraine. “It is everything from point of production and origin, to storage, to those who are making decisions, to the actual delivery,” the senior NATO official said. Recent high-profile arrests have revealed the ad-hoc, clumsy nature of how the Kremlin’s intelligence operations have evolved since the start of the war in Ukraine. Russia is big enough to have resources to fight a war against Ukraine and also maintain its security operations against European countries… against us. There are people who take part in the war against Ukraine, and then they are rotated to some other region or area.
Persons: Blunt, , Donald Tusk, Dariusz Borowicz, Agencja, Maxim, Andrzej, Jaroslaw, , Don’t, ” Andrzej, I’d, Wagner, Volodymyr Zelensky, Sean Gallup, Paris Charles de, Vladimir Putin’s, Harrys Organizations: CNN, NATO, Polish, Reuters, Ukraine, Getty, London’s Metropolitan Police Service, Kremlin, EU, Estonian Locations: Ukraine, Russia, Europe, , Reuters Russia, Washington , DC, Moscow, Poland, Russian, Lublin, Medyka, Ukrainian, Biala Podlaska, Warsaw, Polish, surveilling Rzeszow Jasionka, Kyiv, Berlin, Germany, Russian Ukrainian, Paris Charles, Paris Charles de Gaulle, East London, Estonia, Russia’s
Launched in 2017 by founder and CEO Jaroslaw "Jarek" Kutylowski, DeepL is a competitor to Google Translate. At $2 billion, DeepL is now worth double what it was in its previous round in January 2023, when it raised $100 million from investors at a $1 billion valuation. ICONIQ Growth and Teachers' Venture Growth came on board as new investors, while existing investors IVP, Atomico and WiL also participated. "We're really expanding our product toward being able to support these bigger enterprise customers," Kutylowski said. The company has ramped up its focus on selling into enterprise over the past few years and now counts customers including Zendesk, Nikkei, Coursera and Deutsche Bahn.
Persons: Kutylowski, Jaroslaw, WiL, PARIS —, I'm, DeepL Organizations: CNBC, Google, Venture, PARIS, Zendesk, Nikkei, Coursera, Deutsche Bahn Locations: Atomico, Swiss, U.S, Asia
Poland Starts Probe Into Allegations of Illegal Phone-Hacking
  + stars: | 2024-02-19 | by ( Feb. | At A.M. | )   time to read: +3 min
"Our work in the investigative commission will cause not only an earthquake, but also a tsunami." PiS say the changes are a political witchhunt and that it always acted legally. I'm sure that every surveillance conducted by secret services was accepted and ordered by court," former Deputy Justice Minister Sebastian Kaleta said. However, Polish media have recently reported that the spyware may have also been used against PiS politicians, news that if proved true could strain lawmakers loyalties. "It seems to me that this may be, unfortunately, a trial by fire that (PiS) won't necessarily pass," said Anna Materska-Sosnowska, a political scientist at Warsaw University.
Persons: Witold Zembaczynski, Jacek Karnowski, Sebastian Kaleta, Anna Materska, Jaroslaw, Kaczynski, Alan Charlish, Pawel Florkiewicz, Anna Wlodarczak, William Maclean Organizations: Monday, Pegasus, Civic Coalition, Associated Press, Warsaw University Locations: WARSAW, Israel
[1/2] Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki speaks during the first session of the newly elected Polish parliament in Warsaw, Poland November 13, 2023. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWARSAW, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Poland's president will on Monday swear in members of a government that will likely only last until December, in what opposition parties say is a "farce" intended to delay them from taking power after they won a majority in an October election. "The point is that there should not be too many politicians in this government," he told state-run news agency PAP. The prime minister has vowed to implement the policy proposals of opposition parties in a bid to persuade them to work with him. Opposition parties accuse the government of stalling tactics designed to cover up evidence of wrongdoing during their time in power.
Persons: Mateusz Morawiecki, Kacper, Andrzej Duda, Mariusz Blaszczak, Jacek Sasin, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, PiS, Marcin Kierwinski, Alan Charlish, Pawel, Ed Osmond Organizations: Polish, REUTERS, Rights, and Justice, Pro, European Union, Union, liberal Civic Coalition, Radio Zet, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland
After weeks of failed votes, the House selected Rep. Mike Johnson as speaker following the ouster of Rep. Kevin McCarthy. Photo: Win McNamee/Getty ImagesMike Johnson was in a Louisiana courtroom in June 2015 defending tighter abortion restrictions adopted by the state when phones flashed with alerts that the Supreme Court had just recognized a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. Johnson dashed out of the ongoing proceedings to publicly criticize the decision, said opposing counsel Ilene Jaroslaw, who was representing abortion providers in the case. It was a moment, she said, that underscored the depth of Johnson’s zeal for conservative legal causes.
Persons: Mike Johnson, Kevin McCarthy, Win McNamee, Johnson, Ilene Jaroslaw Locations: Louisiana
Indicted FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried leaves the United States Courthouse in New York City, U.S., July 26, 2023. Elizabeth Holmes took the stand at her criminal trial, testifying over several days that she did not intend to defraud investors in her blood-testing startup, Theranos. For Bankman-Fried to be convicted of fraud, prosecutors must show beyond a reasonable doubt that he intended to defraud FTX customers or investors. Taking the stand carries the risk that he will be confronted with those media appearances as well as his use of social media. But Bankman-Fried has a lower-than-average fear of risk, according to trial testimony.
Persons: Sam Bankman, Fried, Amr Alfiky, Willkie Farr, Gallagher, Ilene Jaroslaw, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Caroline Ellison, Ellison, Mike Schachter, Schachter, Tom Barrack, Donald Trump, Jean Boustani, District Judge Lewis Kaplan, Bankman, Jody Godoy, Tom Hals, Noeleen Walder, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: United, REUTERS, Prosecutors, Alameda Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Detention, U.S, District, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, Alameda, Lebanese, Brooklyn's, New York
It has taken in more than a million refugees from its close ally Ukraine since the start of the war, with many more millions passing through it. Its relations with Ukraine have soured in recent months, partly because of a dispute over the impact of Ukrainian grain imports on local farmers. Tian also expects the result to "reposition Poland as a staunch supporter of Ukraine" and for Tusk to push for EU accession for Ukraine. "The big thing to bear in mind when looking at Poland and Ukraine is they have an overarching strategic common interest [challenging Russian aggression], and this supersedes everything. So it will be difficult to restore relations to how they were in the first 18 months of the war, regardless of what Poland does."
Persons: Donald Tusk, Donald Tusk —, , Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Tusk, Tian, Aleks Szczerbiak, Szczerbiak Organizations: Civic, Getty, EU, Justice, CNBC, NATO, World Trade Organization, Law, Nurphoto, European, Economist Intelligence Unit, University of Sussex, Confederation, Soviet, Russia Locations: Warsaw, Moscow, Ukraine, Europe, Russia, China, India, Poland, Warsaw's, Krakow, Central Europe, Hungary, Slovakia, Berlin
Leader of Poland's ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party Jaroslaw Kaczynski, holds flowers during a speech after the exit poll results are announced in Warsaw, Poland, October 15, 2023. REUTERS/Aleksandra Szmigiel Acquire Licensing RightsWARSAW, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party won most votes in Sunday's national election but fell short of a majority, final official results showed on Tuesday, confirming that the liberal, pro-EU opposition is on track to form the next government. The official results from 100% of voting districts gave PiS, a nationalist, socially conservative party, 35.38% of the vote, while the liberal Civic Coalition (KO) was in second place with 30.70%. The Civic Coalition, New Left and Third Way have said they are ready to form a coalition government and that they will start talks once the official results are published. KO and its allies are also set to win a clear majority in the 100-seat upper chamber of parliament, the Senate, elected on a first-past-the-post system, the official results showed.
Persons: Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Aleksandra Szmigiel, Andrzej Duda, PiS, Anna Wlodarczak, Karol Badohal, Gareth Jones Organizations: Law, Justice, REUTERS, Rights, liberal Civic Coalition, New Left, Civic Coalition, New, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland
Leader of Poland's ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party Jaroslaw Kaczynski, holds flowers during a speech after the exit poll results are announced in Warsaw, Poland, October 15, 2023. REUTERS/Aleksandra Szmigiel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Acquire Licensing RightsWARSAW, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party was ahead in a national election, an late exit poll showed on Monday, although it would fall short of a majority. The IPSOS late poll publish by Polsat News gave PiS 36.6% of votes, while the liberal Civic Coalition (KO) was in second place with 31% the centre-right Third Way was third with 13.5%, New Left had 8.6% and the far-right Confederation were on 6.4%. Reporting by Pawel Florkiewicz and Alan CharlishOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Aleksandra Szmigiel, Pawel Florkiewicz, Alan Charlish Organizations: Law, Justice, REUTERS, Rights, Polsat News, liberal Civic Coalition, New, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland
Donald Tusk, leader of the largest opposition grouping Civic Coalition (KO), speaks after the exit poll results are announced in Warsaw, Poland, October 15, 2023. A late Ipsos exit poll published early on Monday gave PiS 36.6% of the vote, which would translate into 198 lawmakers in the 460-seat lower house of parliament. RECORD TURNOUTThe late exit poll had been delayed, and some commentators linked this to a record turnout of nearly 73%, the highest since the fall of communism in 1989. Tusk, 66, was jubilant following the announcement of the first exit poll results on Sunday. This is the end of the PiS government," he told party members.
Persons: Donald Tusk, Kacper, Tusk, Donald Tusk's, Cezary Tomczyk, Andrzej Duda, Duda, Mateusz Morawiecki, Joachim Brudzinski, Brudzinski, Wladysław Kosiniak, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Lidia Kelly, Alan Charlish, Shri Navaratnam, Gareth Jones Organizations: Civic Coalition, REUTERS, EU WARSAW, European Union, Law, Justice, European, EU, TVN, Polish Peasants's Party, Local, Democracy, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland, Brussels, Europe, Wrocław, Gdansk, Melbourne
[1/2] Robert Biedron, Wlodzimierz Czarzasty, Anna Maria Zukowska, Joanna Scheuring-Wielgus, Adrian Zandberg and Magdalena Biejat of the New Left (Nowa Lewica) alliance gesture during the final day of campaigning for the parliamentary elections in Warsaw, Poland, October 13, 2023. Opinion polls suggest PiS will come out ahead but could lose its majority amid intensifying discontent over its democratic record, which has cost Poland billions of euros in EU aid, and concerns over women's rights and the cost of living. "This election will show whether Poland will be governed by Poles, or by Berlin or Brussels," PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski told supporters at the party's last campaign rally on Friday. It has built its support on generous social handouts, which it says rival parties will stop. Tusk says his party would maintain social support.
Persons: Robert Biedron, Wlodzimierz Czarzasty, Anna Maria Zukowska, Joanna Scheuring, Adrian Zandberg, Magdalena Biejat, PiS, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Donald Tusk, Tusk, Rafal Trzaskowski, Pawel Florkiewicz, Giles Elgood Organizations: New, Law and Justice, European Union, EU, NATO, liberal Civic Coalition, European, Warsaw, Confederation, JPMorgan, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland, Slawomir, WARSAW, Ukraine, Washington, Kyiv, Berlin, Brussels, Skarzysko Kamienna, Kalisz
Polish opposition leader Donald Tusk said that three opposition parties had sufficient votes to win the general election on Sunday after an exit poll projected that they had enough combined support to oust Law and Justice, the governing conservative nationalist party. The Ipsos exit poll suggested that the opposition together has likely won 248 seats in the 460-seat lower house of parliament, the Sejm. Law and Justice, according to the projection, obtained 200 seats, while the far-right Confederation got 12 seats. The exit poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points. Law and Justice won nearly 44% of the vote in 2019, but has been polling in recent weeks at more than 30%.
Persons: Donald Tusk, Tusk, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Kaczynski Organizations: Civic Coalition Party, Women, Elections, Justice, Law, Democracy, Poland, Tusk's Civic Coalition, European Union, Votes, EU, Senate, Foreign Ministry Locations: Lodz, Poland, Polish, Ukraine, Russia
The Ipsos exit poll suggested that the opposition together has likely won 248 seats in the 460-seat lower house of parliament, the Sejm. Law and Justice, according to the projection, obtained 200 seats, while the far-right Confederation got 12 seats. Votes were still being counted and the state electoral commission says it expects to have final results by Tuesday morning. Law and Justice won nearly 44% of the vote in 2019, but has been polling in recent weeks at more than 30%. In a sign of the emotions generated by the vote, more than 600,000 Poles registered to vote abroad.
Persons: Donald Tusk, Tusk, Jaroslaw Kaczynski Organizations: Justice, Law, Democracy, Poland, , Tusk's Civic Coalition, European Union, Votes, EU, Senate, Foreign Ministry Locations: WARSAW, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Polish
PoliticsNot clear if Poland's PiS will have another term -KaczynskiPostedPoland's ruling nationalists, led by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, were ahead in parliamentary elections, but without a majority, an exit poll showed on Sunday evening, raising the possibility that the liberal opposition could seek to form a governing coalition.
Persons: Kaczynski, Jaroslaw Kaczynski
The Leader of Civic Coalition Party, Donald Tusk delivers a speech during the Women for Elections Campaign rally on October 10, 2023 in Lodz, Poland. EU tiesLaw and Justice's leadership has seen Poland's relationship with the EU and its various institutions become increasingly strained. It resulted in Morawiecki saying last month that his country would no longer supply weapons to Ukraine as it was "now arming Poland." Poland's vote follows elections in neighbor Slovakia which saw populist former Prime Minister Robert Fico return to power. Hungary's firebrand rightwing Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has persistently used inflammatory language regarding the EU, attacking it repeatedly on social media.
Persons: Donald Tusk, Omar Marques, Tusk, , Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Mateusz Morawiecki, Morawiecki, Robert Fico, Fico, Viktor Orbán Organizations: Civic Coalition Party, Women, Elections, Getty, European Union —, rightwing Law, Justice, Civic Coalition, European, Law, EU, Nurphoto, Consultancy Eurasia Group, Eurasia Group, Confederation, Ukraine, ING, U.S, NATO, rightwing, European Union Locations: Lodz, Poland, Ukraine, Krakow, Berlin, Brussels, Slovakia, Russia, rightwing, Hungary, Germany
[1/2] Donald Tusk, the leader of the largest opposition grouping Civic Coalition (KO), walks towards an election convention in Lodz, Poland, October 10, 2023. "I know... that they are planning systematically, in cold blood, to take Poland out of the European Union," Donald Tusk, leader of the largest opposition grouping Civic Coalition (KO) told supporters. He repeated these words very often," PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski told a campaign rally, hammering home his party's message that Tusk is a German stooge. The KO leader said he would unblock billions in funds withheld by the EU over rule-of-law concerns on day one after winning the election. Opinion polls suggest that PiS will remain the largest party in parliament but may fall short of a majority.
Persons: Donald Tusk, Kacper, PiS, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Tusk, Andrzej Duda, Szymon Holownia, Alan Charlish, Jan Strupczewski, Gareth Jones Organizations: Civic Coalition, REUTERS, Sunday, Ukraine WARSAW, European Union, Law and Justice, European, PiS, NATO, Confederation, Thomson Locations: Lodz, Poland, Ukraine, Germany, German, European, Belarus, Warsaw, Brussels
Poland's Security Depends on Own Army and U.S. - Deputy PM
  + stars: | 2023-10-07 | by ( Oct. | At P.M. | )   time to read: +1 min
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's military security depends on its own army and on an alliance with the United States, deputy prime minister and ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said on Saturday. He added that in order for the U.S. to want to help, Poland must be capable of defending itself. "If these are combined, our opponents, you know who I mean - the Russians - will know that we have powerful forces to defend ourselves, and in addition the Americans will also help. Then there will be no war, then we really are safe." (Reporting by Karol Badohal; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne)
Persons: Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Kaczynski, Karol Badohal, Andrew Cawthorne Organizations: NATO Locations: WARSAW, United States, Poland, Ukraine, Moscow, U.S, Europe, Germany, Polish, Lublin, Russians
[1/6] Overview of crowds and city skyline during the "March of a Million Hearts" (Marsz Miliona Serc) opposition rally, two weeks ahead of the parliamentary election, in Warsaw, Poland October 1, 2023. The opposition is hoping Sunday's march becomes the biggest in decades and galvanises voters to participate in the election. Some carried banners saying "PiSexit" or "The cat can stay", referring to the pet animal of PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski. And we have been denied this money because someone has decided to destroy democracy in Poland," Warsaw mayor Rafal Trzaskowski told those at the rally. Reporting by Justyna Pawlak, Marek Strzelecki and Kuba Stezycki; Editing by Hugh LawsonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Agencja, Slawomir Kaminski, Donald Tusk, Hanna Chaciewicz, Tusk, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, PiS, Rafal Trzaskowski, Justyna Pawlak, Marek Strzelecki, Hugh Lawson Organizations: REUTERS Acquire, Rights, European Union, Law and Justice, European, TVP, Warsaw, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland, EU, Otwock, Public, Brussels
“Green Border” won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month. Government officials in Poland have harshly criticized the film for weeks, although most of them acknowledge not having seen it. He said he believed that Poland's border guards, army and police “were portrayed shamefully." Polish officials say security personnel have risked their lives to protect Poland from an attack they view as directed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. She and producer Marcin Wierzchoslawski issued a statement Friday saying “Green Border” shows that all humans, whether uniformed officers, refugees or helpers, can behave in different ways in different situations.
Persons: Agnieszka Holland, , Border ”, Holland, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Vladimir Putin, Kaczynski, Putin’s, ” Holland, Marcin Wierzchoslawski, Wierzchoslawski, Kaczynski's, Zbigniew Ziobro, Andrzej Duda, Ziobro, Poland, Russia's Organizations: Border, Venice Film, Government, Roman Catholic, Interior Ministry, European Union, EU, of America Locations: WARSAW, Poland, Belarus, Venice, France, Russian, , Holland, Asia, Africa, Nazi, East, Polish
WARSAW, Poland (AP) —Poland's President Andrzej Duda said Thursday he was awaiting the results of an investigation into allegations that Polish consulates sold temporary work visas to migrants for thousands of dollars, just weeks before the strongly anti-migration ruling party seeks re-election for a third term. Media reports allege Poland’s consular sections issued some 250,000 visas to migrants from Asia and Africa since 2021 in return for bribes. Prosecutors and the state Anti-Corruption Office said Thursday that seven people — none of them state officials — had been detained on suspicion of corruption in the process of issuing a few hundred temporary work visas. According to, a news website, Wawrzyk personally insisted that temporary work visas be issued to groups of people from India, who posed as crews working for the Indian movie industry, popularly known as Bollywood. The allegations could seriously hit the conservative ruling party ahead of next month's parliamentary elections.
Persons: , Andrzej Duda, Duda, , , Piotr Wawrzyk, Donald Tusk, Poland's, Wawrzyk, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Mateusz Morawiecki, Organizations: Media, Prosecutors, Law, Justice Locations: WARSAW, Poland, Asia, Africa, India, Belarus, East, Ukraine
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s conservative governing party and the opposition showered potential voters with promises on Saturday as the country's political parties revealed their campaign programs before the Oct. 15 parliamentary election. The nationalist ruling Law and Justice party, which took power in 2015, wants to win an unprecedented third term. The government's tenure, however, has been marred with bitter clashes with the European Union over the government's rule of law record and democratic backsliding. At a party convention, leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who is Poland's most powerful politician, made promises of new spending on social and military causes for the nation living in the shadow of Russia's full-scale invasion of neighboring Ukraine. The government has already largely increased the state budget deficit with spending on benefits for large families and retirees, its own voter base as well as on purchasing armament.
Persons: , Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Donald Tusk Organizations: Law, Justice, European Union, Civic Coalition, EU Locations: WARSAW, Poland, Ukraine, Brussels
[1/2] The 80th Venice Film Festival - Premiere for the film "Kobieta Z..." (Woman Of) in competition - Red Carpet - Venice, Italy, September 8, 2023 - Directors Malgorzata Szumowska and Michal Englert pose with Agnieszka Holland, director of "Zielona Granica" (Green Border). REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane Acquire Licensing RightsVENICE, Sept 8 (Reuters) - The makers of "Woman Of", which follows a man transitioning to a woman in socially conservative Poland, hope their film will help ease deep-rooted prejudices in the Roman Catholic nation. Critics have accused the party of fanning anti-LGBTQ sentiment, but Szumowska said she wanted "Woman Of" to change the debate around transgender issues. What we've been trying to do, we've been trying to unite," Szumowska told Reuters TV. "Woman Of" is one of 23 films competing for Venice's Golden Lion award which will be announced on Saturday.
Persons: Malgorzata Szumowska, Michal Englert, Agnieszka Holland, Guglielmo Mangiapane, Szumowska, we've, We've, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Malgorzata Hajewska, Alan Charlish, Crispian Balmer, Tomasz Janowski Organizations: REUTERS, Roman Catholic, Law and Justice, Reuters, Venice's, Thomson Locations: Venice, Italy, Zielona, Poland, Roman
WARSAW, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Poland's central bank cut its main interest rate by 75 basis points to 6.00% on Wednesday, in a shock decision ahead of October elections that sent the zloty currency tumbling against the euro. The National Bank of Poland (NBP) said it took the decision because it expects inflation to return to target faster than originally expected. It said that the adjustment to interest rates would be "conducive to meeting the NBP inflation target in the medium term". NBP Governor Adam Glapinski had previously signalled that a rate cut could come in September if inflation fell to single digits. "We have already said that it is too early for a rate cut, and certainly such an aggressive rate cut, when the prospects (of a slowdown) in inflation are still distant," said Piotr Bielski, director of the economic analysis department of Santander Bank Polska.
Persons: Adam Glapinski, Piotr Bielski, J.P, Morgan, Wojciech Paczos, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Anna Koper, Pawel Florkiewicz, Alan Charlish, Anna Wlodarczak, Karol Badohal, Marc Jones, Justyna Pawlak, Nick Macfie, Sharon Singleton, Marguerita Choy Organizations: Reuters, National Bank of Poland, Santander Bank Polska, Cardiff University, Justice, Thomson Locations: WARSAW, NBP, Poland, Pawel
"For us, the voice of ordinary Poles is always decisive," PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said in a video posted on social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter. He said that the first referendum question would be: "Do you support the sale of state-owned enterprises?". "The Germans want to embed Tusk in Poland to sell off common property, his background shows it directly," Kaczynski said. Another state-run broadcaster, Polskie Radio 24, reported that there would be four referendum questions in total. Poland's lower house of parliament will deal with legislation concerning the organisation of the referendums at its sitting on Aug. 16-17.
Persons: Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Kacper, Donald Tusk, Tusk, Kaczynski, Marcin Kierwinski, Alan Charlish, Toby Chopra Organizations: Justice, National Army, REUTERS, Law, Former European, PO, Polskie Radio, Polskie, Thomson Locations: Warsaw, Poland, Germany
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