The corruption scandals that plagued Poland’s former government are, unfortunately, ingrained in the country’s political system by Jacek Leski WARSAW, Poland–You know a government is in trouble when one of its most outspoken anti-corruption fighters is investigated for dirty dealings. That happened in December 2000 when the Polish daily Rzeczpospolita revealed the corruption connections of […]

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