Another lonely holiday in Ukraine, President Duda in the center of chaos and an important Vatican document. What else in the new “Wprost”?

Another lonely holiday in Ukraine, President Duda in the center of chaos and an important Vatican document.  What else in the new "Wprost"?

Additionally in the edition: Michał Kobosko about future elections, Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz about in vitro, Daria Gosek-Popiołek about the plans of the left, Anna Wendzikowska about life after television, tractors at the Brandenburg Gate, Christmas Eve in the middle of a theater war and many others.

“Another lonely holiday in Ukraine.” Ukraine signals its approach to the West, while slowly divorcing from the East. This will highlight the sad situation of our neighbor, because who likes to be alone on Christmas? Correspondence Karolina Baca-Pogorzelska.

“Armies in Disarray.” Currently, there is no country in Europe whose military potential can demonstrate comprehensive capabilities to participate in the defense of, for example, the Baltic Sea, the most sensitive place in the NATO structure to Russian aggressions – warns Gen. Waldemar Skrzypczak.

What else in the new “Wprost”

“The president in the middle of chaos.” After Wednesday’s events on TVP, it is clear that two camps have formed in Poland, recognizing different legal principles. Neither respects the other’s actions, calling them lawlessness. And in the middle of this chaos there is the head of state – he comments Eliza Olczyk.

“It’s still a long way to the presidential election.” – The ideal scenario would be that the coalition side will have one presidential candidate who will fight the PiS candidate – he says Eliza Olczyk Michał Kobosko.

“As a coalition partner, we must have freedom.” MP of the Razem party Daria Gosek-Popiołek talking to Marcin Makowski about religious celebrations, his involvement in the presidential elections in Krakow and Grzegorz Braun’s prank.

“Trust is the key word.” – The Church is supposed to shape consciences, but it cannot decide for couples whether they can have children. – saysAgnieszka Szczepańska-Niełościowskiej Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltzregarding the in vitro financing act.

“An important Vatican document about which Polish bishops are silent.” The new declaration confirms the Vatican’s agreement to bless same-sex couples and people in irregular situations. This is a step closer to LGBTQ+ people and divorced people – writes Tomasz P. Terlikowski.

“How to live in crisis”. – The state we have brought the Earth to is only our fault – Ph.D. Paulina Polkoco-author of the book “RozGROMić crisis”, appeals in an interview Krystyna Romanowska among others about consumer moderation.

“Christmas Eve in the Middle of a Theater War.” The fate of the director of the Dramatic Theater in Warsaw seems to have already been decided. And Monika Strzępka invites the Dramatyczny team to a Christmas Eve meeting – she writes Krystyna Romanowska.

“Life after TV”. – The admiration of others nourished me and gave me the false sense that there was something valuable about me – Anna Wendzikowskajournalist and presenter tells Wiktor Krajewski about TV dizziness.

“Diagnosis unacceptable.” There is a specific group of men with erectile dysfunction for whom the statement that the cause of the disorder is psychogenic factors is unacceptable. This is not a small group, he writes prof. Zbigniew Lew-Starowicz.

“Tractors at the Brandenburg Gate”. Attempts to save the German budget hole ended in hitting the wallets of farmers and those Germans who heat their homes with gas. And the far right is happy. More in the text Jakub Mielnik.

“It was supposed to be half a year of life at most.” He talks about the power of life Katarzyna Pinkosz neurosurgeon prof. Stanisław Kwiatkowskihe himself suffers from a rare form of myeloma, but is professionally active – he operates on children with gliomas and spinal cord defects.

“New Christmas Orders”. Around the holidays, we are more tolerant of kitsch than ever before and we like to be moved, just for the pleasure of being moved. No wonder everyone takes advantage of our weakness, he writes Leszek Bugajski.

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