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Poland continued to rely on fossil fuels and challenged new EU legislation combating climate change before the Court of Justice of the EU. A Senate commission found that use of the Pegasus spyware had rendered the 2019 parliamentary election unfair. Parliament debated controversial legislation which would prohibit NGOs from providing anti-discrimination education in schools. Access to abortion remained limited. An amendment to the law on domestic violence expanded the offence to cover both cyber and economic violence. Border guards continued to violate the rights of refugees and migrants reaching the country via the Belarusian border. The government continued to target judges and prosecutors who raised concerns over reforms to the judiciary.

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