Supporters of the ruling Law and Justice party shout slogans as they attend a pro-government rally in front of the presidential palace, in Warsaw, Poland, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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Police removed several protesters blocking a prominent Polish ruling party member's car Sunday in a southern city, as the nation's president held meetings in the capital with opposition leaders to help solve a growing political crisis.Political tension is rising between Poland's conservative government and the pro-European Union opposition over the ruling party's plan to restrict journalists' access to lawmakers in parliament.Former President Lech Walesa said that there was no easy way out of the crisis unless the Law and Justice party resigns from power.President Andrzej Duda, aligned with the ruling party, expressed deep concern over the crisis and held talks with three opposition leaders Sunday.
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