Elections in Poland and Romania, and What Will Follow for the EU

Sep 9, 2019 | 09:00 GMT
Pawel Kukiz, leader of Poland's Kukiz' 15 party, speaks to the press in Krakow on Sept. 4, 2019, about the Polish Coalition, an alliance between his party and the Polish People's Party formed to compete in Poland's general elections this fall.

Poland's Law and Justice party is favored to win general elections in October. The ruling party's popularity among voters is forcing opposition parties, such as the party of Pawel Kukiz, shown here peaking to the press in Krakow on Sept. 4, to weigh alliances with other parties.

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Polish voters elect a new parliament this fall, while Romanians vote for president. The results could make it harder for Warsaw and Bucharest to cooperate with Brussels....

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