19 June 2000 Poland has always been inordinately proud of itself and its long tradition of democracy, hallmarked by the enactment of the Constitution of 3 May 1792, the first written constitution in Europe. Since 1989, eerily resembling the actual operations of the pre-Partition noble assembly, politics in Poland have more closely resembled a three […]

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