Lorenzo Marsili speaks to Marcelina Zawisza and Maciej Konieczny from Razem about the new Polish left and the meaning of launching a new party from the bottom-up today.
A proposed educational reform is the latest in a series of governmental projects that are turning Poland upside down.
Hungary will hold a referendum on the 2nd of October on European Union plans to relocate refugees and migrants among member states. Migszol.com explains
Any limits set for free expression online must be traced in pencil, not in ink, and not, and this is particularly important – within a hastily drafted piece of legislation.
The local authorities in Cieszyn have confirmed that the building where Krytyka Polityczna’s cultural centre, “Na granicy” (On the Border) is based, is to be vacated by the end of September 2016.
Jaroslav Fiala speaks to Gaspár M. Tamás about the brutality of capitalism, Orbán’s Hungary, and the failure of the European system.
While Hungary faces a shortage of IT professionals, neighbouring Romania’s IT industry is a success story.