Stories about Poland from October, 2005
the beatroot reports on the troubled negotiations between Poland's Law and Justice and Civic Platform, the latter of which is presidential election runner-up Donald Tusk's party.
PolBlog reports on the opinion polling scandal in the Polish presidential election.
the beatroot says that Poland's new president's stance on the death penalty and gay rights is causing problems for Poland with the EU.
Polish opinion pollster predictions for both the first and second rounds of the presidential election were way off. the beatroot discusses what it all might mean.
The twins are in after Lech Kaczynski’s victory in this weekend's presidential election in Poland. His twin brother, Jaroslaw, is the head of the Law and Justice parliamentary faction.
the beatroot reports the Polish presidential run-off is a nail-biter, and comments on yesterday's bomb hoax.
In its latest blogcast, PolBlog interviews Newsweek journalist Wojciech Rogacin about yesterday's bomb scare in Warsaw.
Warsaw Station congratulates (tongue-in-cheek…) Poland on beating out its fellow EU members to come in at number 1 on a very special list.
the beatroot reports on widespread cheating in Polish schools mentioning that it has become a campaign issue.
the beatroot reports on the continuing saga of grandpa-gate in the Polish presidential race.
the beatroot reports that a political stumble is costing one candidate big in the runoff race for the Polish presidency.
The latest blogcast at PolBlog hooks up with the beatroot to discuss the first round of the Polish presidential election..
the beatroot reports on Poland's presidential election which will be going on to a second round.
the beatroot asks what's with the Polish right's obsession with homosexuals.
the beatroot reports that nearly half of Poles are worried about the possibility that the Kaczynski twins will become president and prime minister.
the beatroot Adrzej Lepper, the isolationist and pro-Lukashenko, candidate for Poland's presidency who is running in a distant third place.