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Jaakko Turunen

PhD in Political Science, Södertörn University BEEGS/CBEES and Uppsala University, Dept. of Government.

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Articles by Jaakko Turunen

  1. PiS in Poland Promises a Welfare State upon Winning the Elections

    To understand the election results and its implications it is necessary to distinguish two different layers of Polish politics. At the visible surface of politics, the battle takes places between the two dominant parties, PiS and PO. However, at a “deeper lever”, both parties struggle to react to global challenges, but they do so in diametrically different manners. Whether PO or PiS in government, the past years of Polish politics has seen a steadily growing realisation that politics at the national level becomes increasingly difficult.

  2. Elections in Poland Landslide victory for value conservative politicians

    in October, the parliamentary elections took place and PiS got a landslide victory and a singlehanded majority in both chamber of the Polish parliament, the Lower House Sejm and the Upper House Senate. Polish and foreign press alike have been alarmed of the election results in Poland. PiS's main policy concerns are domestic and Polish politicians have long been more value conservative than society at large.

  3. Polish Presidential Elections: Three Times “No”

    Poland went to presidential elections. The first round took place on May 10th and the second May 24th. The opposition candidate from the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) Andrzej Duda won both rounds.

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