He has certainly made the headlines recently. In late March he gave an interview to the far-right weekly Sieci, in which he openly accused the prime minister, his nominal boss, of implementing policies more in tune with the opposition. Mateusz Morawiecki, he said, "is a skilled politician who knows how to convince the PiS leadership to run a policy contradictory to the 2014 agenda".
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli on March 31 criticized the Constitutional Court's decision that sent back an indictment aimed to ban the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) due to deficiencies in the file
"At this stage, the HDP gained time on the pretext of procedural shortcomings," Bahçeli said in a written statement.
Denmark’s ruling center-left Social-democrats has taken a fierce anti-immigration stance in an effort to fend off challenges from parties on the Right
In 2021, Serbia's ruling Progressive Party faces being revisited by the errors of 2020.
A landslide election win in June yielded a parliament without an opposition, likely necessitating mediation by the European Union in 2021 if President Aleksandar Vucic is to head off another opposition boycott come the next election he wants held in 2022.
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Indian police said on Feb. 28 they had detained hundreds of people and were keeping a heavy presence in northeast New Delhi, days after the worst bout of sectarian violence in the capital in decades.
At least 38 people were killed in Hindu-Muslim violence this week, police said, amid mounting international criticism that authorities failed to protect minority Muslims.