People take part in a procession during an anti-government protest, called 'Freedom March' and organised by opposition parties, in Warsaw, Poland May 12, 2018.(REUTERS/Kacper Pempel)
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Thousands of Poles are marching through Warsaw demanding free courts and respect for the constitution and denouncing a populist government that they accuse of eroding democracy.Two pro-European and centrist opposition parties, Civic Platform and Modern, were the key organizers of the protest. In speeches, their leaders accused the ruling right-wing Law and Justice party of eroding democratic freedoms with an overhaul of the court system that gives the party vast powers over the courts.
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