by Krzysztof Jasiewicz and Agnieszka Jasiewicz-Betkiewicz The year 1999 was a curious one in Polish politics. On the one hand, the Polish political system showed signs of stability and democratic sustainability. It was the second year in a row without a change of government or prime minister-the first time that such a sequence occurred since […]

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