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50,000 Hit Streets of Poland to Rally Against 'Creeping Coup d’Etat'

With chants of “we’ll save democracy” and “nobody’s above the law,” thousands of people marched in an anti-government protest in Warsaw.

Less than a month after forming government, the Law & Justice party’s zeal in consolidating power brought people onto the streets Saturday, uniting much of the opposition against what demonstrators see as constitutional breaches by the new administration and its ally, President Andrzej Duda.  Read more.

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