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The articles from right-wing media in Poland discuss two main issues: the EU's migration pact and the criticism of Donald Tusk, a Polish pol

Tuesday, 14 May 2024 23:02:03

Right-wing media:

"Paweł Jabłoński dla Niezależna.pl: opowieści o wpływach Tuska w UE to pustosłowie "- niezalezna.pl

"Izraelski minister wezwał Żydów do osadnictwa w Strefie Gazy "- dorzeczy.pl

Left-wing liberal media:

"Zapadł wyrok ws. Romana Polańskiego. Aktorka zapowiedziała odwołanie od decyzji sądu "- www.tokfm.pl

""Utrudni pracę w resortach". Kobosko o decyzji Tuska "- wiadomosci.wp.pl

Artificial intelligence commentary on cited information:

The articles from right-wing media in Poland discuss two main issues: the EU's migration pact and the criticism of Donald Tusk, a Polish politician and former President of the European Council, regarding his influence in the EU. Polish officials from the Law and Justice Party (PiS) claim that Tusk's tales of influence within the EU are empty words as he failed to block the migration pact, which introduces a mandatory solidarity mechanism – something Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Austria partially opposed. Paweł Jabłoński, a PiS MP, accuses Tusk of lacking the courage to oppose other EU members effectively, while Witold Waszczykowski, a PiS MEP, notes Tusk's missed opportunity to lobby for solutions favorable to Poland. Meanwhile, the Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, called for Jews to reestablish settlements in the Gaza Strip, expressing support for a "humanitarian" act to return to the "holy land."

The left-wing liberal media focus on a different set of topics. An article discusses the verdict in a defamation case involving film director Roman Polanski, where he wasn't found guilty of defaming actress Charlotte Lewis by calling her allegations an "abhorrent lie." The court did not rule on the actual accusations but solely on the defamation aspect. Polanski's attorneys argued for his right to publicly defend himself. In another article, concerns are raised about the decision by Donald Tusk, the leader of the Civic Platform (KO), to continue working in their current roles while campaigning for EU Parliament elections. Critics argue that this could impair their performance in their respective ministries, despite the counterargument that campaign work can be done on weekends and as the EU election date approaches, there's little time for campaigning.

In summary, there is significant attention on domestic Polish politics, criticisms of EU policies, and international events involving influential figures and contentious regional conflicts.

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