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Poland: Senate votes down controversial broadcast reform bill

By DW
26 September 2021   |   10:18 am
A controversial broadcast reform bill was rejected by the Polish Senate by a 53-37 margin. The bill now returns to the lower house of parliament where it will test the ruling party.

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