After eight years of centre-liberal coalition in Poland, led by Donald Tusk and Bronisław Komorowski, the conservative, populist and anti-liberal Law and Justice Party won presidential (in May 2015) and parliamentary (in October) elections.
One thing is clear. The Danes said no to the common EU rules on divorces, combating pedophilia, cybercrime and other cross-border crime. The Danes said no to remaining in Europol and no to empowering the parliament with a mandate to proceed with common rules in the area of justice and home affairs. Mind you, the area of the justice and home affairs is characterised by transnationalism and therefore demands joint solutions.