Things are looking a bit shaky in Poland as President Duda gets ready to sign a bill putting the ruling party president in control of the Polish supreme court. Didn't Trump just come back from giving a speech in Poland where he called them a defender of western values? If Duda signs the bill, what will it mean for the Polish people and the rest of Europe? We have a new voice from Gdansk, Poland so tune in to hear her take on the controversial political move.
Then we're headed to Venezuela where a constitutional election is set for a vote in a week. President Maduro says he is trying to restore peace in a country that has only gotten more dangerous and violent in the recent past but protestors say it's a blatant power grab. What happens if Maduro gets his wish? We speak to our South American voice and find out what this constitutional election really means for the citizens of Venezuela.
And finally, although you probably didn't hear much about it, Congress was busy drafting new sanctions for Iran and countries friendly to Iran, mainly Russia and North Korea. Why is this of importance to the US and what does it mean for the Iranian people? We'll speak to our Iranian voice and discover what, if anything, these new sanctions will accomplish.