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The validity of the index is proven by its high correlation with the psychological conditions of society.The results indicate a less optimistic picture of development in Poland than is provided by the GDP, which has been constantly growing.Ahead of Thursday's questioning in Warsaw, Kaczynski warned that Tusk 'should be afraid'.Kaczynski has also suggested that Germany should pay 'huge' reparations to Poland for crimes committed by the Nazis during the Second World War.'We are talking about huge sums and also the fact that the Germans have for years rejected their responsibility for World War II,' he said.More than six million of Poland's citizens died in the war.In the aftermath of the Revolutions of 1989, most notably through the emergence of the Solidarity movement, Poland established itself as a democratic republic.Full Text ANNA DOMARADZKA FILIP WIJKSTRÖM Game of the City Re-negotiated: the Polish Urban Re-generation Movement as an Emerging Actor in a Strategic Action Field In recent years, many Polish cities have become the sites where a new urban movement emerges, shaped in the meeting between the engagement of neighborhood activists around what Mergler (2008) has called a „concrete narrative” of particular space and everyday needs, and the inspiration of internationally connected „norm entrepreneurs” (Finnemore and Sikkink 1998).
The proposals will challenge those put forward by the ‘big three’ - France, Germany and Italy.
President Andrzej Duda and his Law and Justice party have been accused of undermining democracy as they exert growing control over state media, and attempt to seize power from the judiciary.
Tusk spoke in Warsaw after testifying in a case related to the 2010 plane crash that killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 other senior officials.
Visegrad Insight, a website reflecting the interest of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, said the of “loss of a political heavyweight partner in the EU” was more serious for the European allies than “the economic turbulence” in the wake of Brexit.
The journal said: “The aftermath of Brexit will leave central and eastern Europeans less trustful in the general idea of the European integration project and will boost nationalist sentiment.” The website suggested the UK’s advocacy of competitiveness and a more robust single market had benefited the new member states but a Brexit would leave the reformers in the minority.