In his inaugural speech, Poland’s new prime minister gives a bleak assessment of the preceding government and the current state of the country but promises to turn things around. 1 November 2001WARSAW, Poland–On 25 October, Poland’s new prime minister, Leszek Miller of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), delivered his inaugural address in the parliament. The […]

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