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In the 1920s and 30s Rzeczpospolita had close ties with the Christian national movement. In 1950 the communist leaders liquidated the paper and it wasn't until 1982 that it was relaunched as a government organ. After 1989 the paper became independent. Since then it has become known for conservative, anti-German reporting. It is closely aligned with the national conservative Law and Justice Party (PiS).

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Conservative
Circulation: 97,000 (2013)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Publisher: Gremi Business Communication
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1920

ul. Prosta 51,  00-838 Warszawa
Phone: 0048 22 628 34 01
Twitter: @rzeczpospolita

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1.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 27/11/2015

Exodus to Europe: Defence of outer borders better than mini-Schengen

According to reports in the media the Dutch government is considering the creation of a "mini-Schengen" zone made up of the Benelux countries, Germany and ... » more

2.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 10/11/2015

Poland's new government inspires trust

Approximately two weeks after the parliamentary election Poland's new national conservative Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has presented her cabinet. The conservative daily Rzeczpospolita gives it ... » more

3.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 26/10/2015

PiS must not spurn Europe

Many Western European media have been critical of the PiS and the anti-European statements of party leader Jarosław Kaczyński. But politicians in Western Europe will ... » more

4.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 21/10/2015

Small parties could cost the PiS its majority

A new opinion poll puts the Polish national-conservative party PiS at 34 percent of the vote in the run-up to the Polish elections on Sunday, ... » more

5.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 12/10/2015

Ailing coal industry a burden on Poland's banks

The Polish banks that granted loans to the financially ailing coal mines will have to write off at least 100 million euros if the coal ... » more

6.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 07/10/2015

Fight emigration with cheap flats

Three million Poles - half of whom are younger than 34 - are now considering migrating to Western countries, according to a recent study by ... » more

7.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 02/10/2015

Poland makes Tauron state-owned company again

The Polish government, which sits on the board of utility company Tauron, fired the chairman of the board on Thursday in a surprise move. Rumour ... » more

8.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 22/09/2015

Duda meddling in election campaign

Poland's President Andrzej Duda introduced a bill in parliament on Monday aimed at lowering the retirement age for women to 60 and men to 65. ... » more

9.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 08/09/2015

Poland would benefit from gold in Nazi train

Rumours have been circulating in Poland for the past three weeks that a train full of gold stolen by the Nazis has been lying in ... » more

10.  Rzeczpospolita - Poland | 27/08/2015

Poland's Ukraine policy motivated by elections

The liberal Foreign Minister of Poland, Grzegorz Schetyna, has criticised the National Conservative President Andrzej Duda for demanding that Poland be allowed to participate in ... » more


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