The public’s questions about issues affecting their country, recorded by BBC in a different global location each month.
Vision House provided production services for BBC World Questions debate.
After a bitter election, a new government takes power in Poland promising to de-politicise the state. But after courts are ignored, key people are sacked and opposition politicians are arrested in the Presidential Palace, is democracy being restored or undermined?
Jonny Dymond chairs a panel of leading politicians as they debate the big issues put to them by the public in the Royal Castle of Warsaw.
Mateusz Morawiecki, MP: Former Prime Minister of Poland, Vice President of Law and Justice Party
Senator Magdalena Biejat: Deputy Marshal of the Senate, Co-leader of Razem.
Agnieszka Pomaska, MP: Vice Chair EU Affairs Committee, National Board member of Civic Platform
Krzysztof Bosak, MP: Co-leader of the Confederation and Independence Party