The Electoral Commission (PKW) announced the official results of the early Sejm (Parliamentary) elections. Platforma Obywatelska won by a 9-percent margin with 41.5 percent of the vote.
Polish immigrants in Ireland want their mother tongue to be recognized as a third official language alongside English and Irish Gaelic, Dziennik has reported. They believe their second nation is Ireland and it would be natural.
Polish soldiers will take part in a peacekeeping mission in Chad organized by the UN. Their departure is planned for November, but the exact number of troops remains unclear.
“We care about your fitness,” “Just a little bit of pleasure,” “Let’s do it,” “Let’s train together,” implores a topless woman, with a ball in hand on the Polish-language flyers that have appeared recently on Warsaw’s streets. There is also the caption “Euro 2012” and a telephone number.
The story of a Chechen woman who lost three daughters in the mountains of Poland while seeking a better life for her family has touched many hearts.
Orthodox icons from Bardejow, Slovakia are being exhibited in Poland for the first time. Some of the icons on display in the Museum of Art in Sosnowiec are as much as 500 years old.
It is estimated Poland’s gross domestic product would rise annually by 150 bln zloty, if cash-in-hand workers were to disclose their wages.
Sixty-two former nuns from the Sisters of the Family of Bethany were evicted by police from the convent in Kazimierz Dolny.