by ZOSIA WANAT
WARSAW — Jarosław Kaczyński, the 70-year-old leader of Poland’s ruling party and the country’s most powerful politician, has no social media account. His nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party’s base is more TV-watchers than Instagrammers.
Nevertheless, less than two weeks before the October 13 election, Poland's opposition parties have failed to keep up with the ruling party’s online campaign, say critics.
“PiS is unfortunately the only modern party in Poland right now,” one official close to the opposition parties told POLITICO.
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