The first effective challenger to Poland’s ruling coalition mail be Solidarity Electoral Action. But with more than 30 center-right organizations united under the famed banner of the Solidarity trade union, differences among members may make it ‘difficult for the alliance to stick together by ALEKS SZCZERBIAK IN POLAND’S 1993 PARLIA-mentary elections, the political parties that […]

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