30 June 1995 POLAND Solidarity Demonstrates The Solidarity trade union hit Warsaw streets on 26 May for its first large-scale demonstration since 1989, sending a jolt through Poland’s political scene. The demonstration highlighted troubled relations in the governing coalition, as representatives scrambled to find an appropriate reaction to the angry workers, who were mostly bussed […]

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