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Rokita Jan (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Polska)
The Decline of State Politics
Horyzonty Polityki, 2015, vol. 6, nr 17, s. 151-163, bibliogr. 15 poz.
Issue title
European Economy and Geopolitics
Polityka, Partie polityczne, Sytuacja polityczna
Politics, Political parties, Political situation
When in May 2015, after the first round of the presidential elections in Poland, it turned out that the then popular president Bronisław Komorowski was likely to lose his office and the aging rocker Paweł Kukiz is growing as a political leader of the younger generation, most observers of the Polish politics fell into a stupor. Over the last five years it was widely recognized as a fact that younger cohorts of voters vote for the centrist-liberal parties, while right-wing opposition is structurally incapable of a real competition for the presidency. The president, whom contrary to this assumption, the ground began to fall apart under his feet, made jerky movements to turn the tide of events, but it was already impossible to change the already decided fate. (fragment of text)
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