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    New Documentary Series “Zgoda” to Illuminate Polish-Russian Relations under Tusk’s Government

    Telewizja Republika is set to launch a provocative new documentary series titled “Zgoda,” before the Corpus Christi holiday. Created by Michał Rachoń and Sławomir Cenckiewicz, “Zgoda” follows their controversial and now-banned series “Reset.”

    The new series explores the thawing of relations between the former Polish government led by the Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska), particularly under Donald Tusk, and Vladimir Putin’s Russia. It promises to shed light on past statements and actions of figures like former Prime Minister Donald Tusk and Radosław Sikorski, critically examining their foreign policy maneuvers.

    “Zgoda” is scheduled for prime-time viewing at 8 PM, ensuring it reaches a broad audience. Each episode will last approximately 40 minutes, followed by a live discussion panel hosted by Telewizja Republika, where the content will be further dissected.

    This series is a direct sequel to “Reset,” a documentary that was halted and removed from broadcasting on TVP, TVP Info, and Telewizja Republika channels following a crackdown by the December 13th coalition. Despite “Reset” achieving a viewership of over 1.5 million, it faced severe opposition and was even erased from TVP’s VOD platforms.

    With “Zgoda,” Telewizja Republika vows to reveal the truth about the previous government’s efforts to improve relations with Putin, challenging the narrative upheld by the opposition coalition. The series is part of a broader initiative by the station to delve into significant yet contentious political topics.

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