Voters’ feelings about the communist era, the Catholic Church’s attitudes toward the candidates, and Lech Walesa’s authoritarian stance will all influence the outcome of this month’s election by JAKUB KARPINSKI THE CAMPAIGN LEADING up to the 5 November presidential election has dominated Polish politics this fall. Of the 17 officially registered candidates, none seems poised […]

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