post-electoral briefing

The parliamentary elections were to provide answers to about a shape of the Polish political scene in the years to come. Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, stronger after successful European elections, were slated to oust the opponents and win on October 13. Though, they received a record number of votes, a final result of the elections is far from satisfying for the ruling party.

The newly-elected Sejm will be much more diversified than the previous one due to the return of the Left as well as a debut of the nationalist Konfederacja. The latter means that for the first time in the Polish parliament, there will be a party farther to the right than PiS. The results of the elections strengthened both Zbigniew Ziobro and Jarosław Gowin who increased their MPs number. PiS has also suffered a defeat in the Senate election, the higher chamber of parliament may be taken over by the opposition.

Order a post-electoral briefing delivered by our analysts. PI's experts will discuss the latest political developments with key decision-makers in your company or institution. They will describe the new post-electoral reshuffle, identify shifts of the dynamics in PiS government and outline possible scenarios for the upcoming weeks. This will allow you to better prepare business strategies.

Key questions

Prawo i Sprawiedliwość – monolith or colossus with the feet of clay

Koalicja Obywatelska – will Grzegorz Schetyna lose leadership or is it possible to rebrand KO to attract new voters

Left – do they stand the chance to outrun KO and become the leader of the opposition

Konfederacja – harmless curiosity or Polish Jobbik?

Senate – a real instrument of influence for opposition or just a symbolic success

Presidential election 2020 – who will run against Andrzej Duda?

Polityka InsightIntroductory material (approx. 6 pages)

What is at stake?

Timeline - the most important events coming up

Elections results - winners and losers

Key actors - who will form the government and shape the political scene

Fresh faces - the ones to observe in new parliament

What will change - politics, economics, social issues, balance of power

Polityka InsightPresentation (approx. 80 minutes)

Election results – a brief summary

Foresight analysis – the most likely direction of changes in the government and economic policy

Political risk assessment – the impact of the election results on consumers, the economy and sectors indicated by the client

Q&A session

Polityka InsightFurther details

The briefing, which can be prepared in Polish or English, will feature one to two analysts from Polityka Insight

The presentation can be organised at the PI office or in a location indicated by the client

PI will provide printed introductory material for each participant and will prepare a multimedia presentation

As an additional service, Polityka Insight can prepare an in-depth research note (.pdf) after the presentation, with answers to specific questions and problems indicated by the client during the meeting

Our analysts

Andrzej Bobiński Managing Director
Adam Czerniak Chief Economist
Wojciech Szacki Senior Analyst for Political Affairs
Joanna Sawicka Senior Analyst for Political Affairs
Monika Helak Researcher
Ryszard Łuczyn Political Affairs Analyst
Wojciech Pawłuszko Senior Analyst for Legal Affairs

About us

Polityka Insight is Poland’s leading and valued source of political analysis and business intelligence. Established in 2013 it has three business pillars: daily analytical services, tailored research products and high-profile events and conferences. Find out more:

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