24 September 2001As expected, Poland’s main opposition party storms elections and Solidarity fails to get into parliament. WARSAW, Poland–The fifth parliamentary elections in Poland since 1989 took place on 23 September, and the favorites were elected: the leftist opposition coalition of the Democratic Left Alliance and the Labor Union (SLD-UP). The turnout was a disappointing […]

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