Now that Lech Walesa’s strong presidency has ended, tension between the president and the parliament may be replaced by a more salient polarization within societyi> by JAKUB KARPINSKI FOUR DAYS BEFORE POland’s new president, Aleksander Kwasniewski, took office on 23 December 1995, the country went into a grave crisis provoked by outgoing President Lech Walesa […]

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