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Le Tribunal constitutionnel polonais est très critiqué par la Commission européenne suite à une décision. Olivier Bault, correspondant de l'hebdomadaire polonais Do Rzeczy, nous livre son analyse depuis la Pologne.
Vous pouvez retrouver notre précédente émission sur la Pologne avec Olivier Bault dans le cadre de notre émission sur RCF, le droit en débat :
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