Polish conservatives win boosts eurosceptics camp

A couple read their ballot before voting in one of Warsaw's polling stations during the general election in Poland on October 25, 2015The resounding victory of Poland’s conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party in Sunday’s general election has given a boost to European eurosceptics, already buoyed by the backlash against Brussels sparked by the migrant crisis. “Poland has given a boost to the eurosceptics camp of countries such as Britain that want to reform the European Union and loosen internal ties” between its 28 member states, analyst Marcin Zaborowski told AFP.

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