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lice clashing with protesters outside Poland's Parliament in the early hours of Saturday. The activists blocking the building's exits to protest new rules restricting media reporting. Government lawmakers heckeld after officers cleared a path for them to leave. The crisis kicked off on Friday when opposition MP's brought Parliament to a halt, objecting to the government's plans to curb reporters access.
In response, the ruling Law and Justice Party party moved a key vote on next year's budget to a nearby hall, which protestors say is illegal. It's the first time since the restoration of democracy in 1989 that such a vote was held outside the main chamber. The standoff renewing with daylight Saturday.
The opposition pledging to dig in their heels.