The likely outgoing government reached new heights in divvying up state spoils and packing the civil service with its supporters–another reason for its downfall. by Janina Paradowska WARSAW, Poland–In 1997 Marian Krzaklewski, the leader of Electoral Action Solidarity (AWS)–a coalition of right-wing parties that won the parliamentary elections of that year–became famous when he said […]

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