Poland's ruling PiS has emerged even stronger than before from Sunday's parliamentary elections. According to the first official results, the national-conservative party garnered roughly 45 percent of the vote, while the liberal-conservative opposition alliance KO came in second with around 27 percent. Commentators discuss the reasons for the success of Kaczyński's party and how Europe should deal with Warsaw's strengthened government.

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