Poland’s ruling coalition crumbles after PM sacks junior partner

One of Poland’s three ruling parties announces that it is leaving the conservative-nationalist United Right coalition, after the prime minister sacked its leader from his government post.

“This means the end of the United Right and the break-up of the coalition,” Jaroslaw Gowin, leader of Entente, one of the three parties in the Law and Justice-led coalition, tells reporters after Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki removed him as his deputy.

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