The European Commission will review a controversial Polish media law on Wednesday; but for Warsaw the enemy is in Berlin, not Brussels. The law envisages that the Treasury Minister is solely responsible for appointing heads of public media outlets, rather than a media supervisory committee.

Following a meeting with the German Ambassador to Poland, Wilelm Nikel, the Polish Foreign Minister extended an invitation to German politicians and journalists to witness Polish democracy in action.


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